Amy Winehouse back in hospital after fight with husband and alleged substance abuse binge

November 25, 2008

England (ChattahBox) — The English mess known as Amy Winehouse has been reportedly admitted to a hospital after an argument with husband Blake Fielder-Civil that allegedly sparked a new drink and drugs binge. According to Britain’s The Sun newspaper, Winehouse became embroiled in a screaming match with Fielder-Civil on Sunday. A source tells the publication, “They had a screaming row. She was beside herself after the call – and she just totally lost it.” The troubled Rehab singer collapsed and was taken to a private clinic in London after allegedly ingesting a toxic cocktail of illegal substances and booze.

The singer’s spokesperson confirmed the star had been kept in hospital for observation on Sunday, but denied it was due to the singer’s drug habit insisting she “had a bad reaction to the combination of medication she has currently been prescribed.” The latest saga in Winehouse’s battle with her addictions comes just days after the star admitted her marriage to Fielder-Civil was over, reportedly stating their union had been based purely on sex. Reports of a split between the pair have circled since Fielder-Civil was released from prison earlier this month (Nov08) after serving almost a year behind bars. As part of his early release deal, he checked into a rehabilitation facility in Surrey, south east England and Winehouse is reportedly now paying the $48,000 fee but has still yet to visit her husband. On Monday Blake lost an appeal against his 27-month prison sentence for an attack on a pub landlord at a London court and must remain in rehab as a condition of his release.

Reported by: Hot Momma Celebrity Gossip


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