Winehouse had only Librium in system at death, father says

By REUTERS
September 10, 2011 04:55

LOS ANGELES - The father of singer Amy Winehouse said that his daughter had the prescription medication Librium in her system when she died of a seizure in July, according to media reports on Friday.

At a taping of a segment for journalist Anderson Cooper's new talk show "Anderson," which debuts on Monday, Mitch Winehouse repeated past statements that his daughter had no illegal drugs in her system.

"What happened to Amy wasn't anything to do with drugs," he said. A video portion of the interview is posted on celebrity website TMZ.com.


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