Amy Winehouse's incarcerated ex-husband, Blake Fielder-Civil, has been ordered to pay back just $1.60 from the proceeds of a burglary which landed him in jail last year.
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Winehouse's former partner was sentenced to 32 months behind bars for burglary and possession of an imitation firearm after cops found stolen electrical items and jewelry, as well as a fake gun, in a car he was traveling in last February.
Fielder-Civil was allowed out of prison on Thursday to attend a proceeds of crime hearing at Leeds Crown Court in north England, and he was ordered to pay back just $1.60 because his bank accounts "appear to be empty".
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The court heard the haul was worth around $5,600.
Winehouse, who died last July, married Fielder-Civil in 2007, but they divorced in 2009, on the grounds of her alleged infidelity.
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