Troubled songstress Amy Winehouse has reportedly been ordered by her record label to kick her drug habit – or they won’t release any more of her music.
The Back To Black hitmaker checked into a London rehab clinic earlier this year at the request of Universal Music boss Lucian Grange after a British newspaper published footage of her allegedly taking hard drugs – but the star left after just two weeks.
However, despite Winehouse claiming she is finally overcoming her problems, her recent erratic behaviour has led to rumours she has failed to kick her addictions.
And tabloid The Sun is now reporting that the 24-year-old has been issued an ultimatum by her record label after she allegedly cancelled a recording session in the Bahamas – with label chiefs urging her to stay out of trouble or plans to release her highly anticipated third album will be shelved indefinitely.
A source told the paper: “Amy has been reminded of her responsibilities. Unless she is clean she will not be allowed to release another album. They would never release her from her deal, they would just not put an album out. She has been warned about her behaviour and needs to keep the standards up.”
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