Amy Winehouse's Wild Partying Force Neighbors to Move Out

by Hannah Punitha on  March 21, 2008 at 6:35 PM Celebrity Health News   - G J E 4
Amy Winehouse's Wild Partying Force Neighbors to Move Out
It's been just six-weeks since she's moved into her new house, but troubled star Amy Winehouse's wild ways have troubled her neighbours so much that they have finally decided to move.

The 'Rehab' star's neighbours did not seem to be too pleased with her wild lifestyle, constant parties and all-hours visits, and decided to pack up and move.

According to reports, the 24-year-old singer is seen nipping out for late-night snacks and welcoming weird guests till the early hours of the morning.

This led to residents and tenants complaining, finally causing owners of the trendy two-bedroom pad telling them to get ready to move out as they have decided to put the Camden pad in North London on the market.

"Enough is enough. The neighbours are fed up with the constant noise and ruckus. There is always loud music and parties with people coming and going until the small hours. Before Amy showed up it was a peaceful street with nice, quiet, normal neighbours. The owners are very concerned that their property would plummet in value," Mirror quoted a source, as saying.

According to Amy's poksman, "Unfortunately Amy is followed by paparazzi wherever she goes. They wait outside for her at all hours of the night. Sadly, it's not something she can do anything about."

No matter what everyone says, the three-floor stylish modern mews house, identical to Amy's, is now up on sale for 725,000 pounds. It boasts an open-plan reception room and kitchen, balcony, spacious master bedroom, bathroom, toilet and garage. And there is a second bedroom on a third level.

The ad says: "The quiet residential street is moments from the heart of Camden, with trendy bars and restaurants close by."

"You can't blame the owners for deciding they would be better off just selling up. Amy has completely disrupted their lives," said the source.

Source: ANI

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