Troubled songstress Amy Winehouse has been released on bail following her arrest on suspicion of perverting the course of justice.
The Rehab singer was arrested on Tuesday afternoon after voluntarily turning herself in at a police station in Shoreditch, London for questioning.
A police spokeswoman says: “A 24-year-old woman has been bailed to return to an east London police station on a date in early March pending further inquiries.”
Winehouse was first implicated in a bribery plot involving her jailed husband Blake Fielder-Civil on Sunday.
Fielder-Civil is currently being held on remand at London’s Pentonville Prison and is awaiting trial on a similar charge after he attempted to fix the outcome of his trial for grievous bodily harm.
He is alleged to have assaulted barman James King in June last year, and stands accused of trying to pay off King with £200,000 and a free holiday in return for withdrawing his statement.
Winehouse’s arrest comes just days after police confiscated her mobile phone records, bank details and computer software, which could provide evidence of the star’s alleged involvement in the plot.
Last week cops also visited the singer’s accountants, the prestigious London-based firm Smallfield Cody, in an attempt to track all of her financial dealings.
Winehouse has yet to be charged with any crime.
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