Amy Winehouse's in-law injury
May 13, 2008, 10:00 GMT
Amy Winehouse arriving for the MTV Movie Awards in Los Angeles on 03 June 2007. Winehouse was arrested and taken to an East London Police Station, Britain, 07 May 2007. Producer Mark Ronson says he and Amy Winehouse have stopped recording the theme tune to the latest James Bond movie because the singer is not ready to work. EPA/JIM RUYMEN
Amy Winehouse is facing further problems after her father-in-law was involved in a racing cycle crash.
Lance Fielder, 67 - father of Amy's husband, Blake Fielder-Civil - is feared to be paralysed after suffering head and spinal injuries after going over the handlebars of his bike.
He was airlifted to Nottingham's Queen's Medical Centre after being discovered in a ditch hours after the crash, which happened during circuit training in Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire.
Lance's wife Jane said: "It is very traumatic.
"At the moment he's paralysed but it is too early to say if he will be permanently paralysed."
Amy and Blake - who is currently on remand in London's Pentonville Prison - are said to be "deeply shocked and upset" by the news.
The couple, who will have been married a year on May 18, are currently the subject of divorce rumours amid allegations that they have both been having affairs.
Amy has reportedly been seeing her manager's assistant, Alex Haines, while Blake is said to be receiving prison visits from a mystery woman.
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