Amy Left £2 Million

Amy Winehouse left just more than £2 million ($3.17 million U.S.) when she died, according to NME.

The weekly music mag says both companies belonging to the troubled singer, who was reportedly worth £10 million ($15.8 million U.S.) in The Sunday Times Rich List of 2008, lost money in the last two years.

Figures published at the beginning of the month show Winehouse’s Cherry Westfield company was worth just more than £2 million at the end of last November – £20,000 less than it was valued at in 2009.

Her CW Touring company took a much bigger hit and in the same period lost nearly 95 percent of its value, falling from £142,012 to £8,032 ($12,760 U.S.).

Winehouse’s Back To Black album is now the UK’s biggest-selling album of the 21st century.

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Via satellite from London.

Originally released in 2006, it’s shifted a further 175,000 units since the singer was found dead in her London flat July 23.