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Amy Winehouse's Cause of Death was Alcohol Poisoning: "Death By Misadventure"


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The official cause of death for singer Amy Winehouse has been ruled accidental alcohol poisoning according to British coroner Suzanne Greenaway.

According to the coroner, Amy Winehouse had over five times the legal limit in her system when she passed away.

There were also three empty bottles of vodka found in her home. While it has been ruled that drugs weren't the official cause of her death - substance abuse (contrary to her family's beliefs) did cause her demise.

The Winehouse family has been adamant that their daughter Amy didn't die from drug and alcohol abuse, but rather alcohol withdrawal.

In addition, a doctor of hers insists that she wasn't suicidal prior to her death. Coroner Suzanne Greenaway gave an official death verdict of "death by misadventure."


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