Police have confirmed Amy Winehouse will face no further action over the conspiracy charges levelled at her husband Blake Fielder-Civil.
Cops quizzed Winehouse in December over allegations she attempted to pervert the course of justice, before releasing her on bail and warning her she’d be asked to return to the police station for more questioning.
But police on Friday announced the Back To Black star will play no further part in their investigation.
Meanwhile, Fielder-Civil was forced to confront judges in London on Friday without the support of his wife – who failed to attend his court appearance.
Winehouse has stood firmly by Fielder-Civil – who is currently in London’s Pentonville Prison on charges of attempting to pervert the course of justice – and has made her devotion apparent at past hearings by blowing kisses and mouthing “I love you” at him.
However, on Friday there was no sign of the singer as Fielder-Civil took to the dock at Snaresbrook Crown Court to plead not guilty to the conspiracy charge.
He has already denied causing grievous bodily harm with intent to London pub landlord James King. In a bizarre twist, Fielder-Civil was then charged with teaming up with King to pervert the course of justice.
Fielder-Civil has been remanded in custody until a directions hearing on 25 April.
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