Amy Winehouse Wanted In Norway

December 28th, 2007 // 4 Comments

Doesn’t she look wistful here? She should channel her pain into song! Call it “My Baby’s A Jailbird And I Might Be Too!” Amy Winehouse might have to switch up her trying to see husband Blake Civil-Fielder in jail/stocking up on candy at the bodega schedule. Norweigian authorities want her to appear in court to answer for an Oct. 18 possession bust in their country. Ames, Blake, and her hairdresser (who should be shot) got pinched for having some devil weed on them. They signed a confession, paid a fine of 500 euros, and were released. Doesn’t paying a fine mean you’re all set? Apparently not in Norway. Home of Thor! And Odin! Why doesn’t it surprise me that her hairdresser is stoned to the gills? Norweigian media reports are stating that the trial can’t be tried in absentia and she needs to get her beehive to Norway. Amy is reportedly claiming she was tricked into signing a confession, but authorities are countering by saying they dealt with an officer who spoke fluent English and they did pay the fine. This is just another pebble on the rockpile of troubles Amy is building. She’s already been arrested and charged for allegedly providing the funds for her jailed husband’s pay-off trial fixing scam. She should probably crawl into that hairdo and hide out for awhile til’ the coast is clear.

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Photos: Bauer-Griffin Online

By J. Harvey
  1. Poor Amy! I feel sorry for her…

  2. DruNken LauRen

    my girls never seem to give me a break from worrying about them….

  3. DruNken LauRen

    my girls never seem to give me a break from worrying about them….

  4. Dingi

    The reason she is going to court is her own fault.

    I’m living in Norway, and this case is hugh in the media here. Sadly. Hate the bitch :)

    They paid the fine, and were off, but then they realised that they got a record of drug posession from the fine, and with that, they might not get into the US.

    So they pulled the confession, and therefor needs to go to court.

    But she should not fear the Norwegian justice system. If criminals have a paradise, its Norway.

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