Late soul star Amy Winehouse's companies were worth an estimated $3.2 million at the time of her death, according to newly published accounts.
The "Back to Black" hitmaker, who struggled with substance abuse issues for years, was tragically found dead at her London home on July 23 at the age of 27.
The money she left was tied up in property and other assets, as well as her companies, Cherry Westfield and CW Touring.
According to annual records, published on Sunday, Cherry Westfield was worth $3.2 million at the end of last November, while CW Touring had $12,851.
The singer's official cause of death has not yet been declared.