But now he has finally agreed to the prison terms, and will be moving in with his mum Georgette, wearing an electronic tag all the time and obeying the 7pm curfew that has been set on him, just so he can avoid serving out the rest of his 27-month sentence. "Amy is obviously chuffed. But more surprisingly, even her family and friends are pleased," the Sun quoted a pal of Winehouse's as saying.
"Because Blake will have to lead this disciplined life to keep in line with his conditions of release they are hoping it will rub off on her too. He has to be back at his mum's every evening and he's so jealous and controlling he won't want her up to no good without him," the pal added.
Fielder-Civil further plans on arranging for a cab to take him from his mum's Lincolnshire home to the Rehab singer's Camden pad and back again everyday, so that he can see her. The trip would be more than 280 miles, and according to cab firm Addison Lee, the fare would come to about 447.20 pounds one-way.
Winehouse's pal added: "Amy has had so many letdowns over the past few months. One minute she's told he is coming out, then he's not. Once he's out he had better behave. A single breach of his curfew could have him whisked back into prison."