Amy Winehouse appeared at a London court Tuesday to plead not guilty to assaulting a fan at a party last fall.
The 25-year-old soul singer was accompanied by her dad Mitch as she arrived at City of Westminster Magistrates’ Court for a brief hearing.
She was charged with common assault in early March over allegations she attacked a fan who tried to take her picture at a charity ball in London on Sept. 26.
Winehouse, who recently returned from an extended break on the Caribbean island of St. Lucia, was ordered at the hearing to stand trial in July and released on unconditional bail.
The singer’s latest run-in with the law is believed to be the reason behind her pulling out of next month’s Coachella festival in California. Her spokesperson has said that “current legal issues” prompted the cancellation.