As we reported Friday, Amy Winehouse's husband, Blake Fielder-Civil, was sensationally arrested in front of her home late last week he reportedly tried to pay a witness Â£200,000 as part of a plot to fix a trial.
As eight plain-clothed officers led Blake Fielder-Civil off to jail, the tearful jazz diva begged hysterically: "I want to go with him."
Undercover police officers arrested Fielder-Civil on Thursday for allegedly attempting to manipulate a witness in his upcoming assault trial. He is being held in custody until November 23.
A weeping and hyperventilating Amy Winehouse ran down from the flat and shouted to Blake Fielder-Civil in the courtyard: "I'll be fine. Baby, I love you."
Fielder-Civil managed to shout back "I love you, too" before being bundled into an unmarked people carrier and hauled off to the slammer.
The dramatic arrest, which happened at a flat in East London, came just a few hours after 10 police officers used a battering ram to smash down the door of the couple's home in Camden, North London.
Last night Amy Winehouse's mother-in-law, Georgette Fielder-Civil, said: "She's totally distraught and too upset to talk."
Britain's Daily Mirror paper published numerous photos of Amy Winehouse, 24, clasping her troubled, handcuffed husband, 25, and kissing him goodbye.