Friday, November 09, 2007

Winehouse: Perverting, not mind-altering, charges

A little more detail has emerged about the raid on Amy Winehouse's house - the police were investigating charges of perverting the course of justice relating to Blake Fielder-Civil's GBH court case:

A police spokesman confirmed there was "police activity" at the property on Thursday evening and said it was part of an "ongoing police operation".

He said four men had been arrested in east London earlier on Thursday and were being questioned in connection with an allegation of perversion of the course of justice.

The four men, two 25-year-olds, a 22-year-old and a 19-year-old, were all arrested in west London and were being held in an east London police station.

The spokesman confirmed the arrests related to next week's trial involving Mr Fielder-Civil, 25, and a second man, 39, who both face charges of causing grievous bodily harm.

So, that's alright then. Mostly.


Jack said...

I notice this was covered in the "music" news bit of BBC 6Music's hourly news. Essentially it's four people who know the husband of a singer got arrested. That's a fairly tenuous link to "music" if you ask me.

I'm not up with showbiz gossip at the moment (Unfortunately the Guardian's weekly Lost in Showbiz column doesn't manage to condense Heat magazine into a double page spread), but does Blake Thingamy-Whatsit (he does have a very silly name) have any claim to fame other than being married to Amy Winehouse? Do I care? Am I wasting my life writing this comment? I think so.

simon h b said...

Jack, you're being too hard on Blake. He's also famous for his links to police investigations.

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