'Crack Pipe' Film Shame For Amy

A daily newspaper has 'exposed' troubled singer Amy Winehouse by reporting on a video that has emerged which appears to show Winehouse smoking a cocaine 'crack' pipe.

The Sun used stills of the film's footage in their newspaper article which said that the video has also been posted online.

The scenes were reportedly shot at the singer's East London home.

And the timecode on the video indicates that the footage was shot just hours before she turned up for her husband's court appearance last Friday.

Amy is heard telling a friend that she had taken six valium before lighting up the pipe and inhaling.


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