Amy Winehouse's official website defaced by hackers

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Amy Winehouse's official website AmyWinehouse.com has been hacked by a group calling themselves SwagSec.

The group have sabotaged the site by turning her page into a flashing screen, with bizarre expletives and a slogan which reads: "Swagger Security - Winehouse = No Swag."

The page also displays a rant about taking "back the internet from the white devil", which they say includes Winehouse, Lady Gaga and Justin Bieber.



As of this morning (July 1) SwagSec still maintain control of AmyWinehouse.com and it has yet to be fully restored.

The hacking caps off a difficult period for Winehouse, who earlier this month cancelled any foreseeable tour dates after a disastrous performance in Belgrade.

She was booed repeatedly during the performance, after delivering shambolic versions of 'Valerie', 'Back To Black' and 'Love Is A Losing Game'.

Winehouse was reported to have been uncharacteristically sober and on "fantastic form" at a secret comeback show at London's 100 Club recently and had also checked into the famous Priory clinic to seek treatment for drug and alcohol addiction in May.

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