Update: Initial results proved that, a coroner Amy Winehouse died from consuming an extreme amount of alcohol. The official ruling by coroner Suzanne Greenaway says that “death is due to misadventure,” but test results indicates that the 27-year-old singer died with a blood alcohol level—more than five times the drunk-drive limit.
Winehouse dead body was discovered in bed at her London home on July 23. The singer had struggled for years with substance abuse, and while there were no illegal drugs found in her system, police detective Les Newman said there were numerous empty vodka bottles discovered in her room.
According to Dr. Amy Winehouse, Dr. Christina Romet had to drink the troubled star back in the days before his death, falling out of the car after a period of sobriety. Romet Winehouse saw the night before his death, and showed the singer was “drunk, but still.”
In the past month, the “Rehab” singer Mitch father speculated that she died of alcohol withdrawal and possibly an overdose of Librium, a drug used to treat addiction.
Romet then confirmed that Winehouse had Librium, the coroner’s report suggests that drugs played no role in the singer’s death.