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Amy Winehouse Autopsy

August 2, 2011 by Post Team 

Amy Winehouse AutopsyAmy Winehouse Autopsy, It could be several weeks before knowing what caused the death of singer Amy Winehouse, on Saturday at the age of 27. Police announced on Monday (July 25) that the first autopsy results were inconclusive and further toxicology tests were needed.


According to The Associated Press, toxicology tests could take two to four weeks to complete. Winehouse was found dead in bed in her flat in Camden, England, on Saturday afternoon, and early reports indicate that no drugs were found on the floor.

In 2008, Winehouse’s father, Mitch, revealed that years of smoking and drug use has led her daughter to suffer the early stages of the incurable disease emphysema, which had marked her lungs. Since rising to fame in 2006, Winehouse had struggled with a series of health problems and was hospitalized several times for various ailments.

She also had problems with drugs and alcohol abuse, which resulted in markedly irregular Winehouse record live performances, founded in June by the cancellation of a planned European tour back after a disastrous concert in Belgrade. (Lee has a staff member from MTV News of a show Winehouse early in the press room.)

The judge has deferred investigation into the singer’s death, allowing the Winehouse family to plan her funeral, which could take place on Tuesday. The coroner previously said the police found any suspected case surrounding the death back to Black singer.

Winehouse’s father, a taxi driver who became a lounge singer, flew back to England on Sunday following the death of her daughter and visited her apartment in Camden on Monday morning. According to the BBC, who thanked her fans – who have gathered in a vigil outside the building – for their support. “I can not tell what this means to us. In fact, doing this much easier for us,” he told the mourners gathered. “Amy was one thing and that was love. His whole life was devoted to her family and friends and for you too.”

The singer’s mother, Janis, and her brother, Alex, also visited the place to see the collection of flowers, cards and photos Winehouse fans have left. On Sunday, the family issued a statement saying: “Our family has been despoiled by the loss of Amy, a wonderful daughter, sister, niece. She leaves a hole in our lives. They gather to remember her and we would like get some privacy and space in this terrible time. “

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