Amy's Blake set free from prison

miércoles, 25 de febrero de 2009 |

The husband of singer Amy Winehouse was set free from prison today after completing his sentence for assaulting a pub landlord and attempting to pervert the course of justice.

Blake Fielder-Civil was reportedly picked up from the gates of Edmunds Hill Prison by his mother Georgette at 10am Wednesday morning.

The pair were seen walking arm in arm to the prison car park to an awaiting silver BMW which then drove them away.

A spokesman for the prison said: 'He was released after completing his sentence.'

Fielder-Civil was jailed for 27 months in July last year following an attack on North London publican James King in June 2006.

King was so badly beaten he required plates fitted into his face for a broken cheekbone after the attack.

Fielder-Civil, 26, was released momentarily on bail at the end of last year but was sent back to jail after breaching his bail conditions, following reports he failed a drug test.

At the time it had been reported he would then stay in jail until at least 2010 following the test.

At the time Blake was undergoing a £30,000 rehab programme as part of his release terms, which was reportedly paid for by his wife.

The singer is not expected to see her estranged husband, as she is currently rehabilitating on the Caribbean island of St Lucia.

A spokesman for the star, 25, said he was not aware of Blake's imminent release.

Before she fled to the island at the end of last year amid rumours the couple were set to end their stormy marriage following a string of adultery claims on both sides. The pair wed eloped to Miami in May 2007 to marry.


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