Amy Winehouse is officially on notice.
The troubled diva's soon-to-be ex-hubby, Blake Fielder-Civil, has been sprung from a British lockup after serving 27 months for assaulting a barkeep.
Per the U.K.'s Sun newspaper, the 26-year-old Fielder-Civil was greeted at the front gates of Edmunds Hill Prison with a hug from his mum, Georgette, at approximately 10 a.m. Wednesday. The two subsequently got into a silver BMW and drove to an undisclosed location.
Fielder-Civil was initially released in November into a rehab program, but after flunking a drug test he was sent back to the clink a month later to complete his sentence.
At that point, Winehouse was quoted by London's News of the World as saying her tumultuous marriage to her so-called Blake Incarcerated was "over." Each has since hired lawyers to hash out a divorce agreement.
The sobriety-seeking Winehouse has been avoiding her native Britain for much of the past few months. She has most recently been spotted in St. Lucia and is reportedly looking to buy a home on the Caribbean island and begin work on a new album. Winehouse is also preparing for U.S. concert dates, including a headlining gig at Southern California's Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in April.