A 34-year-old man who plotted to secretly film celebrities, including singer Amy Winehouse, taking drugs so he could sell footage to newspapers has been jailed for two years. Johnny Blagrove and girlfriend Cara Burton, 22, were charged with offering to supply drugs after a video of Winehouse apparently smoking a crack pipe during a party at her home emerged. The pair sold the footage to The Sun newspaper for 50,000 but it was later passed to police. They had planned to target other celebrities and also falsely claimed to reporters that they had a video of Peaches Geldof taking drugs, Snaresbrook Crown Court heard. Blagrove, of Stepney Way, London, admitted two counts of offering to supply Class A drugs - cocaine and MDMA - and one of offering to supply Class B drugs, amphetamine. Burton of Missingham, Scunthorpe, wept as she was handed a two-year community order by Judge Tudor Owen. She had pleaded guilty to two counts of offering to supply Class B drugs, amphetamine. The judge watched the grainy video, which showed Winehouse discussing drugs and signing incoherently, and said it was a "peculiar" case. He told Blagrove his offending was a "serious matter" saying: "Those who descend into the seedy world of the unlawful use of controlled drugs must face the consequences. The judge added that the sentence was passed solely for Blagrove's offer to supply drugs, not for the sale of the video footage. " Telegraph He told the court: "A more public spirited person would have handed it to the police, rather than making money from it. "But it would be quite wrong to punish him for that." Judge Owen said the couple's sentences would have been "considerably higher" if it had been proved that they had supplied drugs. He said: "Notwithstanding what is clearly visible in the video, there is no evidence of drugs being supplied or even used." " Telegraph