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But her Daddy DOESN’T think she’s fine…

The fun never stops when you’re Amy Winehouse. 

 

After many boughts of public craziness, some more drug doing caught on tape, and allegations of cheating on her “beloved” and incarcerated Blake…with her manager’s assistant Alex Haynes, Daddy Winehouse is speaking out on the drastic measures he’s taking to help is daughter.

He spoke out to the UK’s news of the world in an open letter:

“I want her sectioned (institutionalized). The situation is getting out of control. I want her off the street. I don’t think being somewhere for six weeks is going to cure her problems. I think it needs far more radical measures. We will take the bull by the horns and deal with it. I’ve been on the phone to Amy’s manager in Los Angeles and he’s starting things rolling. They are going to be speaking to doctors, psychologists and everything else. I want Amy to be somewhere where she will be safe and where no harm can come to her. Obviously as her dad I will try and do what’s best for her. Unfortunately, what I think is best for Amy and what she thinks is best for her are two different things.”

And then confirmed the reports regarding Amy’s cheating ways, and why this rings the distress alarm surrounding her handlers:

“I am shocked. His job was to look after Amy. I asked him to stay with Amy while she was recording… This was not part of the job! I don’t like infidelity. But Alex could be the victim in all this. I can’t ever imagine Alex seducing Amy. He looks like Clark Kent. It was clearly the other way round and Amy had her wicked way with him…”

Some may criticize Mitch for speaking so candidly and openly to the media…but if we all remember correctly last time the Winehouse parentals reached out to Amy through the media…she went to rehab (even if only for a day or 2).  If they can’t reach Amy, I don’t see the harm in garnering the support of a nation (or 2).

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