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At 10 a. BST on 23 July , he observed her lying on her bed and tried unsuccessfully to rouse her. This did not raise much suspicion because she usually slept late after a night out.

Shortly afterwards, the Metropolitan Police confirmed that she had died. After her death was announced, media and camera crews appeared, as crowds gathered near Winehouse's residence to pay their respects.

Forensic investigators entered the flat as police cordoned off the street outside; they recovered one small and two large bottles of vodka from her room.

A coroner's inquest reached a verdict of misadventure. Winehouse's record label, Universal Republic , released a statement that read in part: "We are deeply saddened at the sudden loss of such a gifted musician, artist and performer.

On 17 December , British authorities reopened the probe of Winehouse's death. She suffered from bulimia very badly.

That's not, like, a revelation — you knew just by looking at her She would have died eventually, the way she was going, but what really killed her was the bulimia I think that it left her weaker and more susceptible.

Had she not had an eating disorder, she would have been physically stronger. Mummy and Daddy love you ever so much. Winehouse's parents have each written memoirs about their daughter and donated the proceeds from both books to the Amy Winehouse Foundation.

In the introduction to Mitch Winehouse's biography, entitled Amy: My Daughter , he explained: "Apart from being her father, I was also her friend, confidant and adviser—not that she always took my advice, but she always heard me out.

An exhibit of Winehouse's personal items, co-curated by her brother and sister-in-law, entitled Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait , was on display at the Jewish Museum London from 3 July until 15 September In late , there were reports that Winehouse's former boyfriend, Reg Traviss, was developing a film about her.

Winehouse's father Mitch Winehouse, who owns the copyright to his daughter's music, said he would not authorise the use of her music for the film.

The exhibit mainly explores Winehouse's style and fashion, displaying her outfits such as her iconic dresses, shoes, hair accessories, her makeup bag as well as Winehouse's personal belongings including her Grammy awards from , handwritten lyrics, records and unseen home videos.

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It's unfortunate that you can't teach somebody how to deal with fame. The tragedy of it is that all Amy Winehouse ever cared about was making music—she was shocked when someone gave her a break "because," she told Rolling Stone , "I didn't think it was special to be able to sing"—and being in love.

And yet the increasingly self-destructive spectacle that was her proving she didn't care what anybody thought of her—making it clear how bored she was with Bono , wandering around outside in her bra—turned into a show in itself.

Magic,' which is about my substance abuse…. But she did say it—she belted it, in fact—without remorse. While the immeasurable irony of her music, her biggest hit being about how she didn't need rehab, is lost on no one, she didn't intend for her later songs like "Rehab," "Addicted," "Back to Black" or "You Know I'm No Good" to be cries for help.

News during a swing through Los Angeles in Yeah, I had a bad breakup and it was important to me to have something good come out of something bad.

And my management at the time thought I was, well, I wasn't working so I didn't see them a lot, they just kind of stepped in and thought they were being the good guys by just stepping in and strong-arming me into a rehabilitation center.

Winehouse's jazzy, soulful debut album, Frank , came out in and was a critical and commercial smash in her native U.

While her sound continued to combine modern angst with throwback style, she layered on the '60s influences in her follow-up, Back to Black , which was buoyed by the mega-hit "Rehab" and made her a global sensation as well as launched a slew of Amy imitators seeking to capitalize on the retro-soul revival.

It's the only area of my life where I'm fully confident and fully embrace everything, you know what I mean. I like the mentality. So what? She's lucky that she's that good, because she doesn't have to.

Dolled up with her exaggerated cat-eye liner and signature beehive, she ended up performing "Rehab"—every word oozing irony—and "You Know I'm No Good" at the Grammys via satellite from a cabaret setting at Riverside Studios in London, singing in front of a small but enthusiastic audience, including her parents, Mitch and Janis Winehouse.

She later admitted to reporters she had continued to do drugs the entire time she was in treatment. In accepting her Record of the Year Grammy for "Rehab," she memorably thanked her parents and "my Blake incarcerated.

Her "Blake incarcerated" was her husband of less than a year, Blake Fielder-Civil , who was in jail at the time awaiting trial for his role in a bar fight.

Since meeting at a bar in , they had been off and on, with a lengthy off-period inspiring Back to Black. I thought we'd never see each other again. He laughs about it now.

He's like, 'What do you mean, you thought we'd never see each other again? We love each other. We've always loved each other.

I wanted to die. It was as if the tattoo of Blake's name across her chest was there to keep her heart in place. She was getting in so much trouble, she insisted, because "my husband's away, I'm bored, I'm young.

I felt like there was nothing to live for. It's just been a low ebb. For all her declarations of love, Fielder Civil brought out the worst in Winehouse, their domestic disputes at times pouring over into the streets and becoming front-page tabloid news.

She had already been making her own headlines for fighting, having punched one female fan in the face in after the woman suggested she shouldn't marry Blake.

News in I'm very insecure and I've got a thing about bad manners. Calling her own behavior "disgusting," she added, "I haven't done anything like that in months and months and months and months I just thought she was very rude.

I saw sorry straightaway! Disgusting behavior, really," she again chided herself. Catastrophe watch had already begun, spurred on in no small part by her union with Fielder-Civil, a former production assistant with his own substance abuse issues, and by a number of slurred, detached performances, during some of which she forgot her lyrics, if she bothered to show up at all.

In December , she was photographed wandering barefoot around the neighborhood near her flat wearing only jeans and a bright-red bra.

If I've got a vice, when would I know to get it in check? In June she was hospitalized after a fainting spell and spent 10 days being treated for a chest infection.

Mitch Winehouse said his thenyear-old daughter was experiencing the early stages of emphysema that was later walked back to being in danger of developing emphysema.

She was supposed to sing the theme song for the latest James Bond installment, Quantum of Solace , but that fell through. She ended up in the hospital again in July after suffering a reaction to medication.

I am doing this out of love. At the time, meanwhile, Winehouse was hospitalized again in London having suffered, according to her rep, another bad reaction to medication.

She reportedly overdosed on the drug meant to help her kick drugs. Then Fielder-Civil had to go back to jail after failing a drug test.

She got the message though, and in January she was photographed in the Caribbean frolicking with a hunky aspiring actor.

Especially as I met Josh here. He couldn't be more different from my husband, which isn't a bad thing.

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Then Fielder-Civil had to go back to jail after failing a drug test. She got the message though, and in January she was photographed in the Caribbean frolicking with a hunky aspiring actor.

Especially as I met Josh here. He couldn't be more different from my husband, which isn't a bad thing. Fielder-Civil started divorce proceedings , citing adultery as the cause for their split.

Their divorce was finalized in July , with documents showing that Winehouse had admitted to committing adultery in April and they hadn't lived together since partly due, of course, to him being "Blake incarcerated".

He knew she didn't want the divorce, Blake recalled, "but I was so eager to get it over with and prove that I wasn't after her money, as her family kept saying, so I signed it.

So things were already pretty terrible in mid, with Winehouse in and out of the hospital, already suffering the consequences of heavy smoking and her erratic behavior.

Her personality became more distant. And it seemed to me like that was down to the drugs. When I met her she smoked weed but she thought the people who took class-A drugs were stupid.

She used to laugh at them. At least she still had her innate talent. The hope that the magic could be recaptured and she would get clean once and for all before it was too late kept the Amy Winehouse machine humming.

And enough music icons before her, from Edith Piaf and Billie Holiday to Janis Joplin , Jimi Hendrix and Elvis Presley , had succumbed to their demons to make a comeback sound improbable.

Moreover, the platinum-selling artist became a curiosity, a fish in a bowl in her native London, gawked at wherever she went and inevitably reluctant to go outside.

When the racist song video came out in June , she eventually emerged to greet the horde of paparazzi outside her door. Asked what she planned to call her next album, she cheekily replied, "Black Don't Crack.

Amy, looking alarmingly thin, told the reporter later that night, "I'm on a strict pizza diet. I'm on a strict put-weight-on diet.

I love food. I'm just stressed out. People, including her father, speculated that she almost preferred being miserable because it was essential to her creative process.

Amy can be creative when most other people would be checking into a hospice. When she can hardly stand up she's got her books in front of her, scribbling away.

Lucia, some of which is chronicled in her friend Blake Wood 's book Amy Winehouse , featuring never before seen photos of the vulnerable star.

That thwarted a trip to the U. She was taking Librium, to help with withdrawal symptoms, and it made her tired.

Winehouse went to Jamaica in February to work on her third album with Salaam Remi, though she wasn't satisfied with any of her writing yet.

At the same time, she was in and out of the London Clinic that spring, half-heartedly trying to get a handle on her drinking. She also started dating director Reg Traviss , and they notably did not get into trouble together.

Amy's parents had worried because Blake Fielder-Civil never stopped calling her, and she was forever fretting over getting her ex clean and was prone to drinking after she'd see him, so they were relieved when she met Traviss.

Mitch wrote that Reg and Amy talked about getting married. In May , she was too drunk to make a meeting with her record label and she checked back into the London Clinic for a week.

She went back in June. On June 20 she joined her dad a cabdriver with life-long singing aspirations onstage for three songs at Pizza on the Park.

She performed at the Club a few nights later with Mark Ronson. She was working out and doing yoga. That August, she was drinking heavily.

In September, however, she looked great, Mitch recalled. In October, she was back on the booze. That December, she pulled herself together and flew to Russia to perform at a private New Year's Eve party for a billionaire oligarch.

The long road back starts in Moscow. Winehouse kicked off the year performing at the Summer Soul Festival in Sao Paolo, Brazil, her first full live show since Her team reworked her set so that more Frank songs were interspersed amid the heartbreaking Blake songs of Back to Black.

On Jan. Not long after, once she was back in England, Blake Wood "American Blake," Mitch called him called him to say he'd been Skyping with Amy and she'd had a seizure.

One morning in February, he went to his daughter's house to find she'd already had multiple drinks that day. But still, he felt, her bad days seemed to be growing fewer and further between.

It was a bad day later that month when Amy was booed onstage in the United Arab Emirates. In March , Winehouse cut herself again, about a week after Fielder Civil was arrested on charges of burglary and firearm possession.

He was sentenced in June to 32 months in prison. She went back to the hospital in April to be treated for detox complications and she finished the month trying to stick to her program.

Then she was readmitted to the London Clinic on May 11, and her blood test showed high levels of potassium and glucose, which the doctor warned could lead to heart problems.

She was back to drinking the daylight away on May Basically, this portion of Mitch Winehouse's memoir reads like a hospital log, but as told by a distressed, devoted father.

Winehouse's last performance was in Belgrade that June, and despite having been largely clean for a couple weeks, she got drunk before heading out onstage for an agonizing show that lasted 15 minutes longer than her usual minute set.

They canceled the rest of her scheduled gigs and she returned to London on June She had turned a sober eye on what happened in Belgrade and again told her dad she "really, really" wanted to stop drinking.

As much as Mitch could tell, Winehouse stopped drinking for the rest of June and when he saw her on July 10 and July 14, she was sober and in good spirits.

On July 20, she went to the iTunes Festival at the Roundhouse in Camden to see her friend and protegee Dionne Bromfield , the first artist signed to Winehouse's Lioness label, sing and ended up onstage dancing.

Months later, Mitch's manager told him that he'd seen Amy at the show, and that she'd gone up to him, patted him on the stomach and said, "'Look after my dad.

Mitch Winehouse last saw his daughter on July 21, He was flying to New York the next day but she insisted he come over to look at some family photographs she'd unearthed.

That night she was "tipsy," her security guard Andrew Morris recalled, but she was singing and playing drums in her room. When Andrew checked on her at 10 a.

BST on July 23, she appeared to be sleeping. Five hours later, she hadn't moved. Her blood-alcohol level was. Two large empty vodka bottles and one small were found in her house.

I have lost my darling who I loved very much. Christina Romete, who had treated her at the London Clinic, said at the inquest that October.

In a statement, the family, which did not dispute the findings, said, "We understand there was alcohol in her system when she passed away—it is likely a build-up of alcohol in her system over a number of days.

Before she was cremated, about people attended a prayer service in the hall at Edgwarebury Jewish Cemetery, which ended with the playing of Carole King's "So Far Away.

Lioness: Hidden Treasures , a compilation of unreleased tracks and demos, came out in December As Lady Gaga said on The View , the think pieces poured forth about addiction and the perils of fame.

It was a lot when Amy was alive, and it's more now. Ultimately, Winehouse's death was a tragic accident, albeit one that seemed eerily inevitable.

Fans adored her music and wanted more from her. But at the same time, people also ended up expecting her to implode—almost in a cartoonish, TV-death sort of way, as no one was actually hoping that would happen—and then she did.

After the Grammys, the album's sales increased, catapulting Back to Black to number two on the US Billboard , after it initially peaked in the seventh position.

Meanwhile, the original edition of the album was ranked at number 30 in its 68th week on the charts, while Frank charted at number In Paris, she performed what was described as a "well-executed minute" set at the opening of a Fendi boutique in early March.

The documentary features interviews with those who knew her at a young age, people who helped her achieve success, jazz music experts, and music and pop-culture specialists.

Although her father, manager and various members of her touring team reportedly tried to dissuade her, Winehouse performed at the Rock in Rio Lisboa festival in Portugal in May In addition to her own material she performed two Specials covers.

On 16 August she played at the Staffordshire leg of the V Festival, and the following day played the Chelmsford leg of the festival. Organisers said that Winehouse attracted the biggest crowds of the festival.

Audience reaction was reported as mixed. Blige , and then finished with Winehouse. Back to Black was the world's seventh-biggest-selling album of In a poll of U.

Salaam Remi had already created some material with Winehouse as part of the project. In May , Winehouse returned to performing at a jazz festival in St.

Lucia amid torrential downpours and technical difficulties. During her set, it was reported she was unsteady on her feet and had trouble remembering lyrics.

She apologised to the crowd for being "bored" and ended the set in the middle of a song. Lucia, however, she worked on new music with Salaam Remi.

Island claimed that a new album would be due for release in Island co-president Darcus Beese said, "I've heard a couple of song demos that have absolutely floored me.

In December , she played a minute concert at a Russian oligarch 's party in Moscow, with the tycoon hand selecting the songs.

Winehouse was reported to be tired, distracted and "tipsy" during the performance. On 18 June , Winehouse started her twelve-leg European tour in Belgrade.

Local media described her performance as a scandal and disaster; she was booed off the stage due to her apparently being too drunk to perform.

It was reported that she was unable to remember the city she was in, the lyrics of her songs or the names of the members of her band. Winehouse's last public appearance took place at Camden's Roundhouse on 20 July , when she made a surprise appearance on stage to support her goddaughter, Dionne Bromfield , who was singing "Mama Said" with the Wanted.

Winehouse joined a campaign to stop a block of flats being built beside the George Tavern , a famous London East End music venue.

Campaign supporters feared the residential development would end the spot's lucrative sideline as a film and photo location, on which it relies to survive.

In January , Winehouse announced that she was launching her own record label. Her first album, featuring covers of classic soul records, was released on 12 October Winehouse and her family are the subject of a documentary shot by Daphne Barak titled Saving Amy.

Winehouse collaborated on a 17 piece fashion collection with the Fred Perry label. It was released for sale in October According to Fred Perry's marketing director "We had three major design meetings where she was closely involved in product style selection and the application of fabric, colour and styling details," and gave "crucial input on proportion, colour and fit.

During her career, Winehouse received 23 awards from 60 nominations. Winehouse was known for her deep, expressive contralto vocals and her eclectic mix of musical genres, including soul , [] [] [] sometimes labelled as blue-eyed soul and neo soul , [] [] rhythm and blues , [] [] [] and jazz.

She sounded like an original sixties soul star, developed when the landscape had no rules. But now untrammeled traditionalism is in the lead and her beautiful footnote has been cut short.

But Winehouse was a fine shepherd of the past. By contrast, Robert Christgau dismissed Winehouse as "a self-aggrandizing self-abuser who's taken seriously because she makes a show of soul".

In his opinion, the singer "simulated gravitas by running her suicidal tendencies through an amalgam of 20th-century African-American vocal stylings—the slides, growls, and melismatic outcries that for many matures are now the only reliable signifiers of pop substance".

Winehouse's greatest love was s girl groups. I didn't have on my glasses. The New York Times style reporter, Guy Trebay, discussed the multiplicity of influences on Winehouse's style after her death.

Trebay noted, "her stylish husband, Blake Fielder-Civil, may have influenced her look. She was a 5-foot-3 almanac of visual reference, most famously to Ronnie Spector of the Ronettes, but also to the white British soul singer Mari Wilson , less famous for her sound than her beehive; to the punk god Johnny Thunders Former Rolling Stone editor Joe Levy, who had put her on the magazine's cover, broke her look down this way:.

Just as her best music drew on sampling — assembling sonic licks and stylistic fragments borrowed from Motown , Stax , punk and early hip-hop — her personal style was also a knowing collage.

There was a certain moment in the '90s when, if you were headed downtown and turned left, every girl looked like Bettie Page. Winehouse's use of bold red lipstick, thick eyebrows and heavy eyeliner came from Latinas she saw in Miami, on her trip there to work with Salaam Remi on Back to Black.

Winehouse's dichotomous public image of critical and commercial success versus personal turmoil prompted media comment. The New Statesman called Winehouse "a filthy-mouthed, down-to-earth diva ", [] while Newsweek called her "a perfect storm of sex kitten, raw talent and poor impulse control".

She's only 24 with six Grammy nominations, crashing headfirst into success and despair, with a codependent husband in jail, exhibitionist parents with questionable judgement, and the paparazzi documenting her emotional and physical distress.

Meanwhile, a haute designer Karl Lagerfeld appropriates her dishevelled style and eating issues to market to the elite while proclaiming her the new Bardot.

By , her drug problems threatened her career. As Nick Gatfield, the president of Island Records , toyed with the idea of releasing Winehouse "to deal with her problems", he said, "It's a reflection of her status [in the US] that when you flick through the TV coverage [of the Grammys] it's her image they use.

She's had some problems and is trying to get better. The U. In January , her record label stated it believed the extensive media coverage she had received increased record sales.

Rod McKenzie, editor of the BBC Radio One programme Newsbeat , replied: "If you play [Amy Winehouse's] music to a certain demographic, those same people want to know what's happening in her private life.

If you don't cover it, you're insulting young licence fee payers. And she is very different to what people portray her as being. Yes, she does get out of her mind on drugs sometimes, but she is also a very clever, intelligent, witty, funny person who can hold it together.

You just don't see that side. Throughout her life Winehouse donated her money, music and time to many charities, particularly those concerned with children.

She was once named "the most charitable act" by Pop World. While this side of her personality was never well known to the general public, throughout both the arts community and the charity community she was known for her generosity.

In , Winehouse appeared naked in an issue of Easy Living Magazine to raise awareness of breast cancer. I tried to thank her but she just hugged me and told me not to say anything.

Her generosity gave me my life back. London's Mall Galleries opened an exhibition in May that included a sculpture of Winehouse, titled Excess.

The piece, created by Guy Portelli, had a miniature of the singer lying on top of a cracked champagne bottle, with a pool of spilled liquid underneath.

The body was covered with what appeared to be tiny pills, while one outstretched hand held a glass. The singer did not attend the unveiling, although her parents did.

Perego said of the sculpture: "Rock stars are the sacrificial animals of society. The artist seems in thrall to a tabloid persona that is not the real Amy.

People often use her image to sell their work. In , Winehouse was among the British cultural icons selected by artist Sir Peter Blake to appear in a new version of his most famous artwork — the Beatles' Sgt.

Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album cover — to celebrate the British cultural figures of his life that he most admires. On 14 September which would have been Winehouse's 31st birthday , a statue was unveiled of her , which was created by sculptor Scott Eaton , at Stables Market in Camden Town , north London.

Fans and relatives gathered for the unveiling in Camden's Stable Market, where it will be a permanent memorial to her.

Amy was in love with Camden and it is the place her fans from all over the world associate her with. In March , Winehouse's name on a stone was unveiled on the new Music Walk of Fame in Camden, with her parents Mitch and Janis in attendance at the ceremony.

Adele has credited Winehouse's success in making her and fellow British singer Duffy's journey to the United States "a bit smoother.

The positive side is that it reacquainted an audience with this music and played an introductory role for others. This reinvigorated the genre by overcoming the vintage aspect.

After the release of Back to Black , record companies sought out female artists with a similar sound and fearless and experimental female musicians in general.

Adele and Duffy were the second wave of artists with a sound similar to Winehouse's. Spin magazine music editor Charles Aaron was quoted as saying "Amy Winehouse was the Nirvana moment for all these women," "They can all be traced back to her in terms of attitude, musical styles or fashion.

After the singer's death by alcohol intoxication in July , the Amy Winehouse Foundation was set up by Winehouse's family and launched on 14 September which would have been Winehouse's 28th birthday.

Its aim is to help young people and it works with other charitable organisations to provide frontline support. In October Mark Ronson became a patron.

The charity itself works to prevent the effects of drug and alcohol misuse on young people and it also aims to support, inform and inspire vulnerable and disadvantaged young people to help them reach their full potential.

The film covers Winehouse's life, her relationships, her struggles with substance abuse both before and after her career blossomed, and which eventually caused her death.

On 14 October , it was announced that Winehouse's family had signed a deal with Monumental Pictures to make a biopic about her life, which will be directed by Alison Owen and produced by Debra Hayward.

Although Winehouse was raised Jewish and expressed pride in being Jewish, she was not religious. It's not about lighting candles and saying a bracha.

Winehouse had 14 known tattoos, including "Daddy's Girl" on her left arm for her father and a pin-up girl with the name "Cynthia" on her right arm in memory of her Jewish grandmother.

Winehouse dated chef-musician Alex Clare sometimes referred to as Alex Claire in , while on a break from her on-off boyfriend and future husband, Blake Fielder-Civil.

Fielder-Civil, a former video production assistant, [] had dropped out of Bourne Grammar School and, aged 16, moved to London from his native Lincolnshire.

Fielder-Civil's father encouraged fans to boycott Winehouse's music, and Mitch Winehouse said this would not help. From 21 July to 25 February , Fielder-Civil was imprisoned following his guilty plea on charges of trying to pervert the course of justice and of grievous bodily harm with intent.

When Winehouse was spotted with aspiring actor Josh Bowman on holiday in Saint Lucia , in early January , she said she was "in love again, and I don't need drugs.

I won't let him divorce me. He's the male version of me and we're perfect for each other. She was in a relationship with a British writer and director of films, Reg Traviss , from early until she died.

After Winehouse's death, Pete Doherty said that he and Winehouse had been lovers at one point. However, in July , when Rolling Stone reporter Claire Hoffman asked Winehouse about her relationship with Doherty, Winehouse replied: "We're just good friends", and added: "I asked Pete to do a concept EP, and he made this face, he looked at me like I'd pooed on the floor.

He wouldn't do it. We're just really close". Winehouse's battles with substance abuse were the subject of much media attention. In , she went through a period of drinking, heavy drug use, and weight loss.

She was hospitalised during this period for what was reported as an overdose of heroin, ecstasy , cocaine, ketamine and alcohol. Winehouse told a magazine that the drugs were to blame for her hospitalisation and that "I really thought that it was over for me then.

In December , Winehouse's spokesman reported that the singer was in a physician-supervised programme and was channelling her difficulties by writing a lot of music.

Winehouse's father moved in with her, [] and Island Records , her record label, announced the abandonment of plans for an American promotion campaign on her behalf.

On 23 January , the video was passed on to the Metropolitan Police , [] who questioned her on 5 February. On 26 March , Winehouse's spokesman said she was "doing well".

Photographers were quoted as saying she appeared to have cuts on her legs and arms. According to her physician, Winehouse quit using illegal substances in In , Winehouse admitted to punching a female fan in the face for criticising her having taken Blake Fielder-Civil as a husband.

She then attacked her own spouse as he attempted to calm her down, kneeing him in the crotch. On 26 April , Winehouse was cautioned after she admitted to police she slapped a year-old man in the face, a " common assault " offence, her first of two.

She voluntarily turned herself in and was held overnight. Police said, at her arrival she was "in no fit state" to be interviewed. On 5 March , Winehouse was arrested and charged with common assault following a claim by dancer Sherene Flash that Winehouse hit her in the eye at the September Prince's Trust charity ball.

She testified that she did not punch Flash, but tried to push her away because she was scared of her; she cited her worry that Flash would sell her story to a tabloid, Flash's height advantage, and Flash's "rude" behaviour.

On 19 December , Winehouse was arrested for a third time on charges of common assault, plus another charge of public order offence after assaulting the front-of-house manager of the Milton Keynes Theatre after he asked her to move from her seat.

With the paparazzi taking photographs of her wherever they could, Winehouse obtained an injunction against a leading paparazzi agency, Big Pictures, under the Protection from Harassment Act ; the resultant court order issued by the High Court in banned them from following her.

According to a newspaper report, sources close to the singer said legal action was taken out of concern for the safety of Winehouse and those close to her.

On 23 June , Winehouse's publicist corrected earlier misstatements by Mitch Winehouse that his daughter had early stage emphysema , instead claiming she had signs of what could lead to early-stage emphysema.

He said that these problems had been caused by her chain smoking crack cocaine. The singer's father also reported that doctors had warned Winehouse that, if she continued smoking crack cocaine , she would have to wear an oxygen mask and would eventually die.

Prowse also said the condition was not normal for a person her age but "heavy smoking and inhaling other substances like drugs can age the lungs prematurely.

Edelman of the American Lung Association explained that if she stopped smoking, her lung functions would decline at the rate of a normal person, but continued smoking would lead to a more rapid decline in lung function.

Winehouse was released from the London Clinic 24 hours after returning from a temporary leave to perform at Nelson Mandela 's 90th birthday and at a concert in Glastonbury, and continued receiving treatment as an outpatient.

Winehouse was in and out of the facility and was granted permission to set her own schedule regarding home leave.

Winehouse's bodyguard said that he had arrived at her residence three days before her death and felt she had been somewhat intoxicated.

He observed moderate drinking over the next few days, and said she had been "laughing, listening to music and watching TV at 2 a.

At 10 a. BST on 23 July , he observed her lying on her bed and tried unsuccessfully to rouse her. This did not raise much suspicion because she usually slept late after a night out.

Shortly afterwards, the Metropolitan Police confirmed that she had died. After her death was announced, media and camera crews appeared, as crowds gathered near Winehouse's residence to pay their respects.

Forensic investigators entered the flat as police cordoned off the street outside; they recovered one small and two large bottles of vodka from her room.

A coroner's inquest reached a verdict of misadventure. Winehouse's record label, Universal Republic , released a statement that read in part: "We are deeply saddened at the sudden loss of such a gifted musician, artist and performer.

On 17 December , British authorities reopened the probe of Winehouse's death. She suffered from bulimia very badly. That's not, like, a revelation — you knew just by looking at her She would have died eventually, the way she was going, but what really killed her was the bulimia I think that it left her weaker and more susceptible.

Had she not had an eating disorder, she would have been physically stronger. Mummy and Daddy love you ever so much. Winehouse's parents have each written memoirs about their daughter and donated the proceeds from both books to the Amy Winehouse Foundation.

In the introduction to Mitch Winehouse's biography, entitled Amy: My Daughter , he explained: "Apart from being her father, I was also her friend, confidant and adviser—not that she always took my advice, but she always heard me out.

An exhibit of Winehouse's personal items, co-curated by her brother and sister-in-law, entitled Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait , was on display at the Jewish Museum London from 3 July until 15 September In late , there were reports that Winehouse's former boyfriend, Reg Traviss, was developing a film about her.

Winehouse's father Mitch Winehouse, who owns the copyright to his daughter's music, said he would not authorise the use of her music for the film.

The exhibit mainly explores Winehouse's style and fashion, displaying her outfits such as her iconic dresses, shoes, hair accessories, her makeup bag as well as Winehouse's personal belongings including her Grammy awards from , handwritten lyrics, records and unseen home videos.

The exhibition went on display in the U. Her items on display will later be auctioned to benefit the Amy Winehouse Foundation in November Amy Winehouse.

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