New details about the Amy Winehouse death are emerging. A London drug dealer said she bought both crack and heroin the night before she died. The drug fixer claims he helped the troubled singer buy £1,200 of the drugs just hours before she was found dead at home.
Police interviewed Tony Azzopardi about Amy Winehouse's death, and they will re-interview him today. The 56-year-old said that he helped Winehouse get the drugs early on July 23, which is the day she was found dead. The two reportedly ran into each other late on July 22 at The Eagle pub. He wants her family and friends to "know the truth about [her death]." Obviously, he believes the drugs had something to do with it, or he could be trying to gain publicity.
Azzopardi said he helped Winehouse hook up with a local dealer, and that she paid "£1,200 for half an ounce each of crack and heroin." Shortly after that, she allegedly dropped him off at Archway, North London and went to her home in Camden, where she was later found dead. If this is true, why didn't this man try to help?
Right now, the family does not believe that Azzopardi is telling the truth about Amy Winehouse's last night. Police did not find any evidence of the drugs at her house. Now, everybody is waiting for the final toxicology report to get some answers because so far, the cause of her death has been remained undetermined, which has to be difficult for her family.by Kate James