Amy Winehouse's husband Blake Fielder-Civil has turned to God. Blake - who is currently awaiting trial in London's Pentonville Prison on charges of perverting the course of justice and grievous bodily harm (GBH) - has reportedly been receiving daily visits from the prison chaplain during his time of need.
A prison source said: "Blake sees the prison priest every day, and also has a Bible in his cell which he finds really therapeutic." Meanwhile, the 25-year-old music video assistant is said to be "furious" after newly-blonde Amy stayed at producer Mark Ronson's hotel room following a late night recording session on Friday.
Amy and Mark - who produced several tracks on her hit 'Back to Black' album - drank alcohol and ate ice cream during the session in north London, before checking into West London's K West Hotel at 5.30am.
Amy reportedly left the hotel at midday on Saturday and friends claim the pair are "inseparable", leaving "jealous" Blake wondering how much time they are spending together.
A source close to Blake said: "This is the last thing Blake needs right now. He is furious. Blake's fearful that Mark has much more in common with Amy than he does and is worried he'll steal her away."
"He may be turning to God but he is still likely to be fuming over Amy!"