Amy Winehouse has apologized after being caught in yet another shameful video filmed by her husband Blake Fielder-Civic. The video shows her surrounded by evidence of drugs and singing racist chants.
This shocking video comes just days after Sir Ian Blair called for celebrities caught taking drugs on camera to be put on trial. The Metropolitan Police Commissioner said jurors should be given the chance to decide if illegal substances have been taken, reasoning that: 'a sensible jury would not expect people to be snorting talcum powder'.
The video shows Amy and another woman singing racist football chants to the tune of children's song 'Heads, Shoulders, Knees and Toes'.
However, they have replaced the words with 'Blacks, pakis, gooks and nips' followed by: 'And deaf and dumb and blind and gay'.
A coffee table can be seen in the background displaying six cigarette lighters and a substance which looks like heroin on a foil.
In another section Blake asks Amy to perform a sex act on him in the public stairwell of a hotel. This is followed by a confused sequence showing shots of the steps and carpet.
Further footage shows Amy asleep while a friend Eddie discusses which drugs they have taken. He tells Blake 'A little bit of E, a little bit of C and a few beers, watched telly, smoked crack.'
The friend who released the video and photos claimed she did it to show the hold Blake has on Amy.
In the one photo, a woman stands in front of a coffee table covered with evidence of drug taking including a ripped Rizla packet, empty cocaine wraps, a plastic cash card and a rolled up dollar bill. In the other photo, Babyshambles guitarist Mik Whitnall is pictured smoking from what appears to be a glass crack pipe.
'Blake's clearly the instigator behind the idea of them having risky public sex. It looks like the camera was a new toy he wanted to try out,' the source told the News of the World. She added: 'Some might say Blake's been the unwitting architect of Amy's downfall. But to risk all Amy's achievements and all her future by committing this sort of material to camera is beyond the pale.'
The video was revealed just as Amy's father, Mitch Winehouse insisted she was beating her drug addictions. He admitted he had seen his daughter look like she was dying but said he was confident of her recovery from drug addiction. 'If people could see the real Amy - the full picture, not just the worst photos - they would realize she is not in a constant pit of misery or permanently drug-addled. 'She's upbeat -even jolly- and she's been writing some fantastic new songs. She's really looking forward to performing again,She is getting better, working hard, standing by her husband and desperate to have a family.I honestly think in two years she will be fit, healthy and having babies - and motherhood will be her drug.' he told The People newspaper.
The picture above is from this morning where Amy appeared on the steps of her London home and said sorry to photographers for her racist chants.
I can't believe she would let another video like this get out. If you are famous why would you let people film you. It was not just her and her husband there, a couple friends were there so why film this. She was lucky enough to get out of it the first time because they couldn't prove exactly what she was doing in the video. If I was her I would of found every video I ever had of myself and destroyed them all. Then again if she was all drugged up she probably doesn't even remember all the videos or if there was any to begin with. Poor girl, I really hope she has gotten the help her father is claiming and she will be back to making great music.