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Amy Winehouse Pleads Guilty to Assault at Panto Cinderella Performance; Walks with Fine

The U.K. Daily mail reports that Amy Winehouse pleaded guilty on Wednesday to assaulting a theater worker at a performance of Cinderella at the Milton Keynes Theatre in England severAl Weeks ago. Today, she walked away from court a free woman, ordered to pay £85 pounds in costs and £100 in compensation.  

The judge released Winehouse on conditional discharge, meaning that she must behave for two years in order to avoid further punishment. 

As previously reported by the Daily Mail, Winehouse repeatedly disrupted the performance and rattled the actors by yelling out obscenities and saying things including "F*** Cinders, Prince Charming, marry me." 

Once fired up, Winehouse refused to sit back down and watch the remainder of the performance. She then assalted the front-of-house manager, Richard Pound, by pulling his hair, punching him and kicking him between the legs.  The Thames Valley Police was called with reports that he had been assaulted.  

Today, Winehouse was charged and arrested at a London police station with a public order offense and common assault. .

Writes the Daily Mail: "Her outburst was said to have exasperated stars of the show, including Fairy Godmother Anthea Turner, comedian Bobby Davro, playing Buttons, and actor Mickey Rooney, as Baron Hardup."

For the full report in the Daily Mail, click here.

 

 



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