Amy Winehouse did not prepare a will before she died on July 23 in her London apartment. But records show that the 27-year-old singer did leave behind a nearly $5 million fortune. According to the Associated Press, Winehouse's estate, worth approximately $4.66 million, will go to her parents. Probate documents revealed on Wednesday showed that Winehouse left assets totaling more than $6.7 million, with $4.66 remaining after taxes and debts. Winehouse's father, Mitch, is listed as the administrator of her estate and nothing will go to her ex-husband, Blake Fielder-Civil, whom she divorced in 2009 after a tumultuous courtship that landed the couple in the tabloids, and jail, on numerous occasions.
The singer passed last summer from accidental alcohol poisoning after years of struggling with drug and alcohol issues. In March it was announced that the charity established by Mitch Winehouse in his daughter's honor, the Amy Winehouse Foundation, would fund a new performing arts scholarship. The grant will pay tuition for a child to attend the Sylvia Young Theatre School, where Amy trained as a teenager. An album of Winehouse's final studio recordings, Lioness: Hidden Treasures, was released in December.