Amy Winehouse denies gig assault

She turns up late for court

Amy Winehouse has denied attacking a woman during a gig in London last year.

The singer appeared in Westminster Magistrates’ Court today (March 17), accused of assaulting Sherene Flash mid-way through her show at Berkeley Square, Westminster on September 25.

Attending the court with her father Mitch and a bodyguard, Winehouse pleaded not guilty to causing common assault.

She arrived late at the court, prompting her lawyer, Mark Haslam, to apologise to District Judge Timothy Workman, reports BBC.

The case was adjourned until July 23, when Winehouse was told to appear at the same court.

The alleged incident stems from Winehouse‘s performance at the End Of Summer Ball last year. She was charged with common assault earlier this month (March 6).