The report of Amy Winehouse’s death came to be sent to the wrong address as Police is investigating in this regard. A report into the death of Amy may have been sent to a stranger, the Metropolitan Police has verified. The file outlines the circumstances of how the singer died—was meant to be dispatched to the star’s family.
But Scotland Yard said it “could have been delivered to the wrong address.” Last Friday, that evening, the material in a police station in north London was presented. Winehouse, 27, was found dead at his home in Camden, north London, July 23. a spokesman for Scotland Yard said: “police were informed that the material can be compared to a criminal investigation under way in an incorrect address was provided. “Investigations are currently being comprehensively establish the circumstances of this case.
An initial autopsy proved inconclusive, but the family later said Winehouse, toxicology tests confirmed that no drugs were found in his system when he died.
“The results show that alcohol was present, but it can not be determined if they have played a role in his death,” a statement from the family. The family wants the police and coroner for examination in progress and inform them to thank for the head throughout the process. Wait for the results of the investigation in October.