March 29, 2012 17:56

Blake Fielder-Civil will receive nothing from Amy Winehouse's £4.25 million will

The singer had no formal will, so all her assets will go to her parents

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Amy Winehouse's ex-husband Blake Fielder-Civil will not receive anything from the late singer's will, it was revealed today (March 29).

Winehouse passed away in June last year at the age of 27 and left no formal will, meaning her assets, which are valued at £4.25 million, will pass directly to her parents, reports the Associated Press.

Her parents have not commented on the will yet, but given her father Mitch Winehouse's previous pledge to donate all profits from her career to the non-profit foundation Amy Winehouse Foundation, it is likely that's what will happen to the proceeds from her will.

Earlier this year, it was suggested that Mitch Winehouse would be organising a tribute concert for his late daughter, which would be broadcast on pay-per-view. Lily Allen, Mark Ronson, Jessie J and Florence And The Machine have all been linked with performing, but there has been no official word on plans for the show from the Amy Winehouse Foundation as yet.

Most recently, it was announced that the Amy Winehouse Foundation will fund a new performing arts scholarship to the Sylvia Young Theatre School, where Winehouse herself trained as a teenager.

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