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Amy was questioned for almost two hours and fifteen minutes over an alleged plot to try and bribe a witness beaten in a pub in August 2006 at the Shoreditch Police Station, East London. Amy was held on suspicion of paying an alleged 200,000 pounds to the victim, who allegedly promised to drop his statement against Blake, 25, who is in custody.
Psychiatrists and lawyers went to her home in nearby Bow to calm her as she freaked out and broke down sobbing prior to the arrest. However, at one point her arrest almost got called off because she wasn't considered mentally fit, but was eventually arrested. The junkie singer was driven to the station by guards and was entered through the back entrance at around 5.30pm.
The 24-year-old singer gave a saliva DNA sample, fingerprint and had a photo taken before being released on bail. "A 24-year-old woman has been bailed to return to an East London police station on a date in early March, pending further inquiries," The Sun quoted a Scotland Yard, as saying. She was released through a concealed entrance, accompanied by her mum Janis and two other passengers.
"She attended a police station voluntarily and at a pre-agreed time. She was arrested but that is common practice for someone being interviewed by police. There have been no charges and she has been released," revealed Amy's spokesman.
However, the singer returned home looking startled and anxious and was joined by her friend Tyler, who had earlier said that Amy planned a quiet night in. "We are just waiting for her to finish so we can go home, watch a DVD, have a bit of food, and go to bed early." said Tyler, while Amy was being quizzed by the police.