Amy Winehouse

Amy Winehouse’s Brother Says It Was Bulimia, Not Drugs + Alcohol, That Killed Her
Amy Winehouse’s Brother Says It Was Bulimia, Not Drugs + Alcohol, That Killed Her
It's been almost two years since Amy Winehouse passed away -- the anniversary of her death is July 23. But her family works tirelessly to keep her memory alive. (There is a summer exhibit at London's Jewish Museum, called 'Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait.') Now, her older brother Alex has gone on record to say that it was bulimia really that killed his sister, not her notorious drug and alcohol a
Well, Here’s a Surprise: Amy Winehouse May Not Have Died of Alcohol Poisoning After All
Well, Here’s a Surprise: Amy Winehouse May Not Have Died of Alcohol Poisoning After All
When Amy Winehouse died in July of 2011 at the tender age of 27, few people were surprised when the autopsy revealed acute alcohol poisoning was responsible for her early demise. She partied hard, had her issues with various substances and just seemed like the kind of celeb to burn out rather than fade away. So it's a bit of a shock to find out that that the cause of her death may have been miside

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