Amy Winehouse Released After Police Questioning
The singer was held in East London for eight hours over alleged drug offenses
Amy Winehouse walked out of an East London police station around 10:30 p.m. Wednesday night, after being held for eight hours.
“She has been bailed to return on a date in May,” a Scotland Yard spokesman tells PEOPLE. He declined to specify exactly when that date would be “pending further police enquiries.”
Winehouse had gone to see law officers voluntarily at around 1 p.m.
The troubled singer, 24, sat down with detectives after police obtained a video which allegedly showed her taking narcotics.
In January, Britain’s Sun newspaper ran photos of Winehouse smoking what the tabloid claimed to be a crack pipe. (She entered rehab soon afterward.)