Monday, August 1, 2011

London Drug Fixer reported to have helped Amy Winehouse obtain £1,200 of dugs the night before she died

Contrary to Mitch’s story of his daughter quitting drugs before her death, Tony Azzopardi, a London drug fixer, is claiming to have helped the singer purchase £1,200 of crack cocaine and heroin early July 23rd, the day she was found dead in her London home. Azzopardi reported to the Daily Mirror to have bumped into Winehouse on July 22nd around 11:30 pm near The Eagle pub. Later that night, upon Winehouse’s request, the two rode to West Hampstead to a local dealer. Azzopardi reason for coming clean, he claimed, is that he wants her family to “know the truth about what happen.”
Only the toxicology report, which can take several weeks, can truly confirm the cause of Amy’s death.read more

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