Amy Winehouse's husband Blake Fielder-Civil has been in solitary confinement seven times in the last three months in relation to drugs offences, it has emerged.
Ever since he was shifted to Pentonville prison in November, Fielder-Civil has spent almost a month in solitary confinement and is still cooling his heels for another 10 days in his separate cell.
"He can't stay clean. Lags dish him drugs as they know he's famous and has cash. He doesn't seem to care if he's caught," The Sun quoted a source, as saying.
According to prison reports, Blake had cocaine and heroin in his blood on March 17. This was when he was on remand over assault and trial-fixing charges and due in court on June 2.
His solicitors have been told of evidence he is smuggling from jail. The officials have detected a hole in his window and a catapult in his cell, possibly for passing drugs on a line to others and firing orders over the jail wall.
Meanwhile, Amy seems to have disconnected herself from him, as she has limited her visits and even missed his 26th birthday recently.