Thursday, July 28, 2011

Amy Winehouse's family return to tragic singer's house as reports emerge she died because she quit alcohol


Mourning: Amy Winehouse's parents Mitch and Janis were seen arriving at the singer's house this morning

Amy Winehouse's parents today returned to the tragic singer's house amid reports the tragic singer died because she quit alcohol.

Her father Mitch and mother Janis were spotted arriving at Amy's north London home this morning.

The estranged couple were accompanied by her brother Alex and close friend Tyler James as they looked at the tributes left outside the property before making their way inside.

Tributes: Amy's north London home is guarded by a security professional as fans leave floral tributes and messages for the tragic singer

Mitch and Janis' appearance at the house comes as it has been claimed the singer's death on Saturday was because she stopped drinking.

It is thought that Amy had been told to cut down on her drinking gradually, but her cold turkey approach to quitting the booze gave her frail body a shock it couldn’t handle.

A source close to the family told the paper: ‘Abstinence gave her body such a fright they thought it was eventually the cause of her death.’

Saying goodbye: Amy's brother Alex was also in attendance at the singer's house today

The Rehab singer was found dead at her Camden home by a body guard on Saturday and after an inconclusive autopsy her funeral was held on Tuesday attended by her close friends and family.

Amy’s father Mitch gave a touching eulogy where he said that Amy had beaten her battle with drink and drugs and she hadn’t drunk for three weeks and hadn’t touched drugs for years.

However it has been claimed that the singer was drinking gin and red bull drinks at the Roundhouse in Camden three days before her death as her goddaughter Dionne Bromfield performed as part of the iTunes festival.

Tragic loss: Amy Winehouse's family are said to believe that the reason she died was because she cut out booze totally

source: dailymail

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