London, Aug 2 : Troubled popstar Amy Winehouse is hunting for a flat near the country jail where her incarcerated hubby Blake Fielder Civil will soon be shifted.
Apparently, Blake broke down at London's Pentonville jail as he tore down Winehouse's pictures from the cell wall crying out 'Why me?'
Winehouse, who is agitated with the whole situation, is hunting for a flat near Suffolk town to ensure she can visit Blake more often during the three and a half months left of his 27-month sentence for GBH.
Although Blake has been receiving constant counselling from Samaritans, he pleaded the staff to shift him from the Pentonville prison, as he felt suicidal in there.
"Prison staff are genuinely worried for Blake and Amy's management are happy because they feel she needs to move out of town," The Sun quoted a source, as saying.
Blake will soon be shifted from The Pentonville jail and will be incarcerated in one of the three category-C prisons in Suffolk - Edmunds Hill near Bury St Edmunds, Blundeston.