Amy Winehouse pleads guilty to theater attack
Amy Winehouse admitted attacking a British theater manager who refused to serve her alcohol during a holiday stage performance of Cinderella. According to Reuters, the Grammy-winning performer pleaded guilty to common assault and public order charges, stemming from the Dec. 19 confrontation at the Milton Keynes Theatre. She was given a two-year conditional discharge, which amounts to a form of probation, and ordered to pay 85 pounds in costs and 100 pounds to the victim. Winehouse’s representative had no comment.