Amy Winehouse's Wedding Dress Stolen From Late Singer's Home

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Amy Winehouse with ex-husband Blake Fielder-Civil in 2007.

More than a year after her untimely death, Amy Winehouse is still surrounded by controversy.

A spokesman for the late singer's family has confirmed that two dresses belonging to Winehouse—including the one she wore to her wedding to Blake Fielder-Civil—have been stolen from her former home in London, the BBC reports.

Metropolitan Police have yet to receive a formal complaint regarding the alleged theft at the Camden residence, where the singer's possessions were catalogued and kept in storage.

The dresses were set to be auctioned off at a New York City fundraiser next year, causing concerns about the loss of revenue.

"People need to know they are not supposed to be out there on the market and they should not try to buy them," a spokesman says.

"The dress Amy wore on the cover of 'Back To Black' sold for £40,000 [roughly $64,500 U.S.] last year and the money went to the foundation, and another dress sold for £30,000 [$48,000 U.S.], so the wedding dress could have raised as much as £100,000 [$161,000 U.S.]."

If only they'd let this girl rest in peace!