When they say everything is too good to be true, this is the case for singer Amy Winehouse who has been married to Blake Fielder-Civil for seventeen months.
Winehouse, who is publicly known for battling with a drug addition for quite some time, has called it quits with Blake Fielder-Civil after he left her for a model.
According to Britain’s News of the World, the singer reportedly is ending her marriage due to Blake leaving her for a blond German model by the name of Sophie Schandorff.
“It’s over. There’s no way back for us now. It was never going to last. We were only together for SEX,” Winehouse is quoted as saying.
“I fancied him like mad, like no one else I’ve ever known. But it’s not enough, is it?”
A friend of the singer is quoted as stating, “It’s a watershed for Amy. She’s been up and down for weeks but finally accepts the reality.
She still loves Blake on many levels but she sees there’s no future.
She says he wants to be with Sophie—the model who made a play for him during his court appearances, mouthing ‘I love you’.”
The friend goes on to speak on Winehouse’s escapades with Blake stating, “Mostly it was Blake suggesting new things but Amy doesn’t need encouragement. They were like animals, at it all the time. Just like they were with drugs, they pushed themselves to the limit. They were into threesomes. It was Blake’s idea but Amy said she’d been with women before so it wasn’t a problem. She said she’s had a string of female lovers. And the pair of them were into some real kinky stuff, not just the usual bondage and sex games but really gross stuff you couldn’t mention in a newspaper.”
Amy Winehouse reportedly sees this an eye opener and after he went to prison she felt the full effect since their relationship was solely based off it.
As far as Blake, who was sentenced in July to 27 months in prison for beating up pub manager James King and then offering him a bribe to stay hush hush, he was released earlier this month. Blake must now live at a drug rehabilitation center as a part of his agreement.
On Monday (Nov. 24), he lost his appeal over his jail sentence.