Amy Under House Arrest

Desperate singer swaps autographs for cigarettes with fans through her letterbox
Thursday , 03 July 2008
Amy has refused to curb her wild lifestyle
Amy has refused to curb her wild lifestyle
Amy's grubby fingers poking a signed photo through her letter box in exchange for cigarettes
Amy's grubby fingers poking a signed photo through her letter box in exchange for cigarettes
Fans swap cigarettes for autographs
Fans swap cigarettes for autographs

Troubled singer AMY WINEHOUSE has reportedly been put under ‘house arrest' in a bid to keep her away from any scumbag drug dealers and her fellow addict pals.

The Rehab hitmaker was discharged from a London clinic on Monday after collapsing at her home earlier last month and was subsequently diagnosed with traces of potentially deadly lung disease emphysema.

But since her release the troubled singer has struggled to stay clean and has been snapped ‘escaping' the watchful eye of dad MITCH who has (finally) stepped in to help his wayward daughter.

Now even Amy's record bosses have put their foot down and in a desperate attempt to keep her clean of drugs, music executives from Island Records have allegedly put her under 24-hour surveillance of a full-time security guard.

Since being barricaded indoors Amy has been caught swapping signed photographs for cigarettes with fans who have set up camp outside their idol's home.

But sources say record chiefs and Mitch are refusing to give in.

A source says, "Effectively, Amy's been put under house arrest. She is being monitored by 24/7 surveillance to make sure she's behaving herself and keeping out of harm's way.

"There is also a security guard stationed outside her house around the clock to vet any undesirables. From now on, there'll be no more waifs and strays (random people) coming into her place, wreaking havoc.

"Crucially, they don't want known drug dealers coming anywhere near her. Amy has to give them names of people expected. Anyone who turns up uninvited will be sent packing. It's for her own good."