Amy Winehouse Librium
September 11, 2011 by Post Team
Amy Winehouse Librium, Trying to detox alcohol, Amy Winehouse might have an overdose of a powerful anti-anxiety medication and suffered a seizure, says her father, Mitch Winehouse, adding details to the new image of the tragic end of a lifetime of talent, short.
Speaking in his first interview since the British neo-soul was found dead in her bed in London on July 23, Mitch Winehouse told the CNN reporter who became a talk-show host Anderson Cooper traces of Librium in prescription drugs, which is also used to treat withdrawal symptoms during detoxification from alcohol, were found in the body of his daughter.
“Everything that Amy did, she did too much,” Winehouse said in the recording of their new show Cooper, Anderson, which opens Monday. “She drank too much and detoxification in excess.”
He said that shortly before her death, had seizures caused by alcohol withdrawal, but had been improving. “Periods of abstinence becomes longer, and consumption periods are getting shorter,” he said, wiping tears in video clips of his daughter, the Associated Press.
Winehouse admitted he was speculating about what had happened, the whole picture will not occur until after the official inquiry into her death, which begins next month in London. Amy Winehouse suffered from addiction to drugs and alcohol for years.
Mitch Winehouse, who is trying to launch his own career as a singer, appeared on the syndicated Cooper in New York with Amy’s mother, Janis Winehouse, Amy’s boyfriend at the time of her death, Reg Traviss, her stepmother and aunt.
The family is speaking now to help promote the foundation they have set in London to raise money to help people fight alcohol and drug addiction.
Show Cooper and 50,000 donated to the foundation after the interview was created, a spokesman acknowledged, but it was a payment for the interview.
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