Amy Winehouse may have moved out of Camden, the scene of much of her debauched behaviour (to Hadley Wells in Enfield), but she can’t escape her past… the star has been charged with assault after allegedly hitting a fan at a charity concert last September.
The incident took place at End Of Summer ball, a £700-a-ticket fundraising event in London’s Berkeley Square. The alleged victim, Sherene Flash, states that Amy reacted badly when she asked her to pose for a picture, punching Flash in the eye and running off.
Amy was questioned and charged at West End Central police station and will appear in court on March 17. Her spokesperson confirmed the incident: "Amy voluntarily attended a police station in London yesterday morning. She was questioned by appointment in relation to an accusation made after the Berkeley ball last year. She was charged with common assault and will attend a court hearing in the coming weeks."