It's been a very tough couple of days, but Amy's parents seem to be holding up well.
On Saturday after news came out that Amy Winehouse had passed away, sources had told us that drugs were likely not responsible for her death.
Then yesterday, Amy's parents spoke out about her death, and they were both devastated with the news…but didn't thank that drugs were involved at all.
When asked about reports that Amy had bought "cocaine, ketamine and ecstasy hours before she died," her parents said that it was all "nonsense."
Police have confirmed that no signs of drugs were spotted in her house, and her doctor had reportedly given her the "all clear" the evening before her death, so we can certainly see why Amy's parents don't think drugs were involved.
We'll find out more when the toxicology reports come in, but in the meanwhile, we just hope that her parents stay strong during this incredibly difficult time.
Our thoughts and prayers continue to go out to Amy's family, friends, and loved ones.
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