Fixer claims Amy Winehouse bought £1,200 worth drugs night before she died

London: A London drug fixer has claimed that Amy Winehouse spent 1,200 pounds in purchasing crack cocaine and heroin just the night before she died mysteriously.

Tony Azzopardi, who would be re-interviewed by police, insisted that he helped the late singer purchase the Class A narcotics in the early hours of July 23rd - the same day she was found dead in her London home.

The 56-year-old claimed he wanted her family to ‘know the truth about what happened’.

According to the Daily Mirror, Azzopardi, who was introduced to the tragic star by her ex-husband Blake Fielder-Civil, met the singer near The Eagle pub on July 22nd night, reports the Daily Mail.

Azzopardi insisted that Winehouse and he went to West Hampstead, from where he took the drugs and handed them over to the star in exchange of the stipulated amount.

However, the police didn’t find any traces of drugs at the singer’s house and her family also denied the claims saying she had quit drugs several years ago.


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