Amy Winehouse's estate was worth £2million at the time of her death, it has been revealed.
The 27 year old singer-songwriter was found dead at her home in Camden, London last July after struggles with drug and alcohol abuse.
Annual accounts for her companies, Cherry Westfield and CW Touring were published this week. Cherry Westfield was worth £2,004,963 as of last November and CW Touring was worth only £8,032.
The singer was listed as having a fortune of £10million on the Sunday Times Rich List in 2008. It's alleged that the responsibility of her finances was handed over to her parents in 2009 when the singer moved to St Lucia to overcome her addiction.