It seems that the famous line of her song "Rehab" - They tried to make me go to rehab. I said 'no, no, no.' - has become the tragic truth of her real life. Amy, who struggled with alcohol and drugg addiction, died on Saturday, Jul 23.
Police officials said, "Inquiries continue into the circumstances of the death at this early stage. It is being treated as unexplained." However, broadcaster and radio DJ Paul Gambaccini said, "We have been dreading this news for some time, hoping against hope that she would turn herself around, but she showed no evidence of being able to do so.'
"She just could not control herself. It's tragic because both (her) albums were superb. We have 40 years of Frank Sinatra records, it turns out we only have two Amy Winehouse records," added Gambaccini.
According the sources, Amy's father, who stays in US, was his way back to London. Police beefed up the security around the area of Winehouse's home in Camden where Amy was found dead.