Amy Winehouse released from police station after questioning
Amy Winehouse walked out of a police station Saturday after being questioned over a scuffle with two men during a rowdy night out.
While inside, she received a formal police caution for assault. That means she didn't get charged but could if a similar incident occurs.
Winehouse spent the night at Holborn Police Station in central London after arriving for questioning Friday afternoon.
A statement released by Winehouse spokesman Chris Goodman said the singer "admitted to a common assault by slapping a man with an open hand and accepted a caution."
"Amy was fully cooperative with inquiries and apologized for the incident," the statement said
A man said Winehouse hit him when he got in her way while she was playing pool at a bar in the Camden neighborhood of London. He said she also head-butted another man who was trying to hail her a cab in the early hours of Wednesday morning.
This isn't Amy's first white trash interaction with the law.
Winehouse and her husband, Blake Fielder-Civil, were arrested in the Norway in October and held overnight on charges of drug possession. A video of her allegedly smoking crack hit the Internet shortly before she won five Grammys this year for her critically acclaimed album "Back to Black."
She was arrested in London in December on suspicion of attempting to interfere with a court case involving Fielder-Civil, but prosecutors dropped the case.
Blake, her tragic husband, is in jail awaiting trial on charges of perverting the course of justice stemming from a case in which he is accused of assaulting a barman.
Winehouse's spokesman said the singer was "looking forward to continuing her work on new music in the studio."
The Sunday Times newspaper's annual Rich List this week estimated Amy's wealth at $20 million.
The lesson here... don't do drugs kids -- I think.