English soul, jazz and R and B singer Amy Winehouse has been warned by her label to stay out of trouble or face the consequences.
Winehouse was given a very stern ultimatum by chiefs at Universal - if she does not stay clean she will never be given the chance to release another album.
Lucian Grainge, who is the firm's European head, had earlier made the threat when he had wanted to scare the addict into rehab.
And now that label bosses are seeing her slip back into her old habits, they once again found it necessary to remind her of the conditions of releasing a third record.
"Amy has been reminded of her responsibilities. Unless she is clean she will not be allowed to release another album," the Sun quoted a source as saying.
"She took notice when Lucian talked to her earlier in the year and agreed to go to rehab. But she didn't take it seriously enough.
"They would never release her from her deal, they would just not put an album out," the source added.
On Apr 12 it was revealed that Amy's label has quietly accepted the fact that there will be no album until 2009 after she scrapped plans to start recording in the Bahamas.
"The label was not impressed. She has been warned about her behaviour and needs to keep the standards up," the source added.
Universal's stance suggests this could be the last album of her deal.