Amy 'bought crack and heroin' on morning of her death: dealer
A drug dealer has claimed he helped Amy Winehouse buy €1,400 of crack cocaine and heroin the night before her tragic death.
Tony Azzopardi, who is being interviewed by London police today, admits he helped the late singer buy the hard drugs in the early morning of July 23rd, the day she was found dead in her London home.
The 56-year-old, who she knew through her ex-husband Blake Fielder-Civil, claimed he wanted her family to ''know the truth''.
Azzopardi told the Daily Mirror he met the singer in a black cab near The Eagle pub around 11:30pm on July 22..
Azzopardi says Winehouse asked him to help her buy drugs and they rode together in the taxi to West Hampstead, where he made a call to a local dealer.
It had been widely reported that Winehouse was off drugs and had been for two years. It was her alcohol addiction, particularly to vodka, that was believed to be her main problem.