The star is finally free after six nights behind bars...
PETE DOHERTY is free from PENTONVILLE PRISON on bail after six nights behind bars, police have said.
The star has been in the London jail all weekend, and was widely expected to be released yesterday (February 7) on £150,000 bail.
However, following complications with the payment, the former Libertine had to spend another night in the prison.
Speaking earlier today, Doherty’s manager James Mullord explained the delay. He said: “We just had problems coming up with a personal security of someone who had £100,000 in their bank account – trying to fudge it did not work…hopefully he will be cleaner now than when he went in because he’s been in there six days now.”
NME.COM understands that Doherty will be taken straight from prison to a drugs rehabilitation centre.
Last week, the singer was granted bail with curfew restrictions at Highbury Corner Magistrates Court after being charged with robbery and blackmail.
Doherty, 25, was arrested following an alleged incident in a London hotel on Wednesday night (February 2) and has been in custody since.
Musician Alan Wass, 23, also of north London, appeared in court accused of the same offences.
Magistrates imposed a range of bail conditions on Doherty including a curfew between 10pm and 7am, except when he attends a drug rehabilitation centre. He was told he would not be able to leave his home without being accompanied by a security firm.
The star must also surrender his passport and report daily to a local police station.
Doherty was arrested after police were called to an Islington hotel in response to claims that a man had been assaulted.
A man in his thirties was later taken to University College Hospital, London, with facial injuries, before being discharged.
A lawyer representing Doherty and Wass said the pair strenuously deny the charges.