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She later blamed her husband's legal woes for her inability to continue her tour.Despite her inconsistent touring schedule, Winehouse's album continued to sell, going platinum nearly five times that year.
But while in Norway in October of 2007, an anonymous tip led police to the star's hotel in Bergen, where she was arrested and held in prison overnight for marijuana possession.The debut single on the album, "Stronger Than Me," earned the new artist an Ivor Novello award. During this time, Winehouse began developing a reputation as an unstable party girl, often showing up to her club or TV performances too drunk to sing a whole set.She also started a tumultuous, on-again-off-again relationship with music video assistant Blake Fielder-Civil who admitted to introducing Winehouse to hard drugs.On August 8, 2007, the singer overdosed on several drugs, and was hospitalized.First claiming exhaustion, Winehouse later told the that she overdosed after she had used a mix of heroin, cocaine, ecstasy, ketamine, whisky and vodka during a bar crawl in London.In her early years, Winehouse was immersed in music; many of her uncles on her mother's side were professional jazz musicians, and her father sang as a child with his family.
Winehouse's paternal grandmother was also once romantically involved with British jazz legend Ronnie Scott.
At the age of 12, Winehouse was accepted into the prestigious Sylvia Young Theatre School, and a year later she received her first guitar.
But by the age of 16, Winehouse was expelled for "not applying herself" and piercing her nose.
In public, the couples' arguments often devolved into fistfights and dramatic scenes.
In private, their romance centered around drugs, alcohol and physical abuse.
Winehouse grew up listening to a diverse range of music, from James Taylor to Sarah Vaughan.