Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Amy Winehouse's Life Not Going So Well These Days

A tearful Amy Winehouse cut a lonely figure when she was spotted wandering the streets of Munich, Germany on her own. The pictures, taken last week, show the Rehab singer looking scared and on the verge of tears, which sources blame on the constant arguments between Amy and husband Blake Fielder-Civil.

According to pals, the star is struggling to cope with the increasingly stormy rows with husband Blake. And they warn his controlling behaviour, and unreasonable demands are threatening the couple's six-month marriage. A source told Closer magazine: "They are constantly arguing backstage, and whenever he gets bored he demands they leave, no matter what she's doing. At one of her gigs, Blake even insisted they go back to the hotel half an hour before she was due on stage."

Despite Amy's teams pleas, the young singer won't stand up to her husband, who she credits with saving her life, after he got her to hospital following her overdose. The source added: "Amy's team has told her they can't run a tour under these circumstances. But she runs straight to Blake, who goes mental and threatens to fly back to the UK. Then she goes back to her team and tells them, she can't do it without him around."

Meanwhile Amy's career as an international star hung in the balance amid claims she is to be banned from the U.S, it was revealed. American authorities will not grant her a visa to enter the country to complete a promotional tour following a recent drugs bust in Norway, her father claimed yesterday. But Mitch Winehouse went on to blame Norwegian authorities for misleading his daughter into signing a confession document in relation to the incident on her European tour last week. Mitch, a taxi driver, said Amy thought the document, which was written in Norwegian, had actually been a release form.

Mr Winehouse said the situation was now being thrashed out between the British Consulate and Norwegian authorities in the hope that Amy would avoid a US ban. Mr Winehouse, who insists the drugs did not belong to his daughter, said: "It didn't belong to her, it belonged to someone else on the tour. They arrested Blake, Amy and the person who was responsible. “They only released them after they signed a form, which they were told was a release form. It was in Norwegian. It was actually a confession, so this is being dealt with now by the Norwegian authorities and the British Consulate because the ramifications of that are that she now can't get into the States and she was meant to go next week."



Source: Source: www.dailymail.co.uk

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