Monday, November 10, 2008

'We'll be together forever,' declares Amy Winehouse's husband from rehab (but she STILL hasn't visited him)

Amy Winehouse's husband has denied claims he has been dumped by the singer.

Blake Fielder-Civil, 26, defiantly boasted that the pair are still very much in love and that he is expecting a visit from Amy 'at any time now.'

He declared: 'We will be together for the rest of our lives.'

Blake has been staying at a rehab clinic in Woking, Surrey, since he was released from prison last Wednesday.

He was locked up for a year for his part in a vicious assault on a pub landlord.

But Amy has not yet visited her freed husband, sparking rumours of a rift between the couple.

Amy is said to be livid that she did not know her husband was leaving Edmunds Hill jail in East Anglia for a seven-week course to cure his heroin and crack cocaine addiction.

But Blake denied their relationship was in any doubt.

He said: 'We are not breaking up. She hasn't dumped me.

'We both love each other very much and will be together forever.'

He also hit back at Amy's father Mitch who said the couple had not spoken to each other in months.

Mitch is said to be spearheading talks with lawyers in an effort to guard the star's £10million fortune from her husband.

Huddling from the rain in a red and white T-shirt and smoking a cigarette at the £4,000- a-week centre, he said: 'We have spoken on the phone and I'm expecting a visit from her at any time now.

'We can't wait to be back together again.'

Blake was released from prison looking pale and with his arms covered in red scars.

He has fought a long battle with drug addiction and was not due to be set free until next month - but was released after agreeing to attend rehab.

And despite only being there for less than a week, Fielder-Civil insists he was now free from his drug shackles.

He said: 'I'm over the worst of it. I won't be going back to that lifestyle.

'After being in prison the only drug I need is the smell of free air - that and my beautiful wife Amy.'

Fielder-Civil was sentenced to 27 months in prison in July after assaulting barman James King, 36, outside a pub in East London and plotting to bribe him with £200,000 not to testify.

He had already spent nine months in custody after his arrest in November last year.

It is believed Fielder-Civil will be assessed at the rehab clinic for several weeks before being released.