Amy Winehouse in Essex rehab
By Stone Martindale Aug 15, 2007, 5:05 GMT
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"Yes, yes, yes" is the new chorus in the rehab song by Amy Winehouse, who has been worrying her family and fans terribly with her downward spiral of drinking and drug use as she tours and travels with new husband Blake Fielder-Civil, an enabling addict and drunk.
The Sun reports Amy is holed up in Essex drying out: "The Back To Black singer was admitted to the exclusive £10,000-a-week Causeway on Monday after crunch talks with her family." Amy always insisted rehab was for wimps according to the Sun, "and only needed the help of her taxi-driver dad Mitch to set her straight."
Winehouse pushed the envelope last week overdosing on a heady combo of heroin, ecstasy, cocaine, the horse tranquilliser ketamine and booze, claims The Sun.
The Sun claims Amy and Blake Fielder-Civil "flew by helicopter to the remote clinic on an island off the Essex coastline."
Amy's father Mitch allegedly threatened to “crucify” Blake after he confessed Amy had collapsed from “speedballing” on cocaine and heroin.
Reports in various British newspapers claim Amy's father is beside himself with worry for his daughter, and outrage at her husband's complete disregard for protecting her well being.