DRUG-ravaged AMY WINEHOUSE was facing a police probe last night for allegedly kicking a theatre manager in the groin - after hurling four-letter abuse at PANTO stars.
OH YES SHE DID! Parents and kids were shocked as the singer - in the audience for a performance of Cinderella - heckled the cast and kept shouting: "He's f***ing behind you" during the show.
OH NO SHE DIDN'T! Wrecked Amy would not sit down as she blocked the view of families by standing up in the stalls and walking along rows.
OH YES SHE DID! She called out for more than half an hour in the first act, yelling: "F*** Cinders, Prince Charming, marry me" and branding the Ugly Sisters "bitches".
OH NO SHE DIDN'T! She refused to be ushered to a box after the interval and allegedly launched herself at front-of-house manager Richard Pound - allegedly pulling his hair, punching him and kicking him between the legs.
At that point two minders who arrived with Amy, 26, carried her out of the theatre in Milton Keynes, Bucks.
But angry Richard, 27, decided to involve police, who are investigating.
Amy's outbursts exasperated panto stars ANTHEA TURNER, playing the Fairy Godmother, BOBBY DAVRO (Buttons), MICKEY ROONEY (Baron Hardup), LOUISE DEARMAN (Cinderella) and CHRIS DENNIS and DAVID LANGHAM (Ugly Sisters).
Her car-crash performance came just three days after her ex BLAKE FIELDER-CIVIL said both he and the Back To Black singer were off drugs and planned to remarry.
Amy went to the show to see pal ANTHONY KAVANAGH - a reality TV star standing in as Prince Charming for regular BEN ADAMS, of boyband A1.
A backstage source said: "Anthony brought Amy to impress the cast with his showbiz connections. But it backfired badly."
The source added Amy was "like a demonic child" and made kids in the 1,400-strong audience cry.
She also upset Anthea when they met during the interval.
The source said: "She was so spaced out and told Anthea, 'I love you, Anthea, sticky-back plastic, I love you.' It got worse because Amy had a cut on her wrist and bled all over Anthea."
Thames Valley Police confirmed they are probing an assault claim but said no arrest had been made.