Reg Traviss Amy Winehouse

July 25, 2011 by Post Team 

Reg Traviss Amy WinehouseReg Traviss Amy Winehouse, When we heard the sad news that Amy Winehouse had been found dead in her apartment on Saturday, we were a little curious that Blake Fielder-Civil, Winehouse, her ex-husband that she had called the love of her life he said. Apparently, he has been in jail since June, serving two years for stealing to get money to buy drugs. Now, Fielder-Civil is on alert for suicide in Armley jail in Leeds. The drug addict jailed allegedly collapsed in tears when prison guards informed him that Winehouse had died. He told the UK newspaper The Sun: “I am beyond consolation … my tears dry up.” He continued: “I never feel again the love he felt for her. Everyone I Amy knew and knew that he knew the depth of our love. I cannot believe she’s dead. ”

The unfortunate couple married just two years, but has been involved for much longer, breaks one of her first albums Back to Black inspired. So who is this man, Blake Fielder-Civil, Amy Winehouse who called the love of your life?

Blake Fielder-Civil and Amy Winehouse met in a bar in Camden in 2005. Although it was in a relationship over time within a month, Winehouse had tattooed “Blake” in the neck. She flew an interview with Rolling Stone to marry him in Miami in 2007 with only one clerk to officiate. Although he worked as a music video runner, he went on tour.
Fielder-Civil is responsible for the introduction of Winehouse to hard drugs, according to the Daily Mail confirmed that the News of the World in 2008. “I made the biggest mistake of my life for heroin in front of it,” he said. “I introduced her to heroin, crack, and injure themselves. I feel more guilty.” That same year, also allegedly sold n*de photos of Winehouse to heroin.
This couple loved tattoos. Winehouse has the name tattooed Fielder-Civil on the heart, while he has his name tattooed on the ear.
Many of the best songs from her album Winehouse 2006 Back Black are her tumultuous relationship with Fielder-Civil, including “You Know I’m No Good” and “Back To Black.” She told Rolling Stone in 2007: “All the songs are about the state of my relationship over time with Blake. I never felt how I feel about him about anyone in my life. It was very cathartic; because I felt very bad about the way they treat each other. I would never see again. He laughs about it now. It’s like, ‘what do you mean that I thought would never see again? We love each other. We have always loved you. “But I do not think it’s funny. I wanted to die. ”
The couple divorced in 2009 after being pressured by both sets of parents to break. Fielder-Civil’s mother Georgette Civil told the Sun, “because the pressure on Blake to divorce Amy, but they should have stayed together. If you see pictures of them while they were married, and again after her divorce, the spark has left them. “They briefly rekindled their romance after Fielder-Civil was the time in rehab, but not for long.
Recent break Reg Traviss Winehouse reportedly fell when he phoned with Fielder-Civil in jail, reports the UK Mirror.
After breaking up with Winehouse, Fielder-Civil was out with a teenage transsexual surgery before working as an impersonator of Amy Winehouse. His current girlfriend is Sarah Aspin and the two were born son, Jack. Aspin said the Sun this weekend, “I saw him and Amy together and I know they were really in love and were soul mates. She always loved him and he always loved, but it will never work. Basically they could not live with others who cannot live without each other. It’s hard for me to know he still loved her, but I understand his feelings. ”
When Winehouse and Fielder-Civil were divorced, he received no settlement. We have to wait and see if Winehouse had a will, and if he could inherit her fortune. The Mirror believes may have left her estate to an animal shelter for cats. Which, let’s be honest, it’s awesome.

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