Troubled singer Amy Winehouse has been released from a London hospital after she was treated for a chest infection.
The Back To Black hitmaker was admitted to The London Clinic last Saturday, the same place she was treated at for her drug problems earlier this year.
The move sparked fears she was undergoing further treatment in relation to her addictions, but representatives for the star confirmed she was being treated for a chest infection.
Winehouse – who was diagnosed with traces of deadly lung disease emphysema earlier this year – was released from the medical centre on Friday (31Oct08) and was escorted home by her father, Mitch.
A source told the Daily Mirror: “Amy has had some time out of late, prioritising her health and trying to get her life back on track. She underwent various tests and scans in hospital, checking that her emphysema hadn’t returned, and was delighted to be given a clean bill of health.”
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