Addiction Rehab: Is It Time to Put on a Death Watch on Amy Winehouse?

Question by azawalli: Is it time to put on a death watch on Amy Winehouse?
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Winehouse’s Bloody Mess
Posted Sep 1st 2007 11:11AM by TMZ Staff
Filed under: Train Wrecks

Rehabbing “Rehab” singer Amy Winehouse was a bloody wreck this week when she violently vomited blood all over her Caribbean hotel room.

Staff at the Jade Mountain resort in St. Lucia were horrified when they were sent to Winehouse’s suite to clean up the mess. “There was blood and vomit all over the bathroom, it was just terrible,” said one worker, according to Brit tabloid The Mirror.

Hotel management allegedly offered to send out for a doctor, but Winehouse said no, no, no.

Amy and hubby Blake Fielder-Civil have been at the $ 1,400-a-night Caribbean hideaway since last weekend. This past week, the parents of both Winehouse and Fielder-Civil called for fans to boycott Amy’s album in an effort to urge the pair to get help for their alleged drug addictions.
Vomiting blood is a sign of stomach damage due to alcoholism. It doesn’t look good for her. It’s a pity, as I think she’s a talented singer and songwriter.

Best answer:

Answer by Diamond
Yeah, i dont know what is up with her. But what she is going through is really the worst time anyone can ever go through in his life. First she had that drug overdose where she passed out and her condition was really bad, then she had that bloody fight with her hubby Blake, where blood was all over her clothes and now this.

There is something really wrong with her and her life. She has really lost that path of life. She doesnt know where she is going right now. And i think more than us her loved ones must be more worried for her. I hope she gets well. I have never heard of so much drama in any celebrity’s life. Hope she lives.

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