Has just debuted her fresh look as she's been granted the US visa, finally, Amy Winehouse hits the low point of her life once more. The troubled singer might be happy with her being granted the permission to enter the United States, but she surely won't feel glad about this news that her London home has been raided, not by thief, but by the police. Surprise, surprise.
According to the Daily Mail, there were more than a dozen of British police went in to Amy's house around 5 p.m. London time on Thursday November 8th, breaking the doors with a crowbar and battering ram to force their way into the empty North London home.
Amy had been leaving the home earlier, fled to her father's home in Kent, whereas her junkie husband Blake Fielder-Civil left the house an hour earlier.
The officers raided Amy's house left the building carrying several boxes and as well arrested four men "two aged 25, one aged 22 and a 19-year-old, in connection with the raid," the Daily Mail reported. Won't comment further on that encounter, police simply told the press "It is part of an ongoing operation."
A representative for Amy, meanwhile, said the raid "has nothing to do with drugs. Amy is fine. She has not been charged or arrested."
The story is developing so stay close with us for we'll keep you posted with more.