New Evidence Suggests Amy Winehouse Didn't Die From Alcohol Poisoning
London officials will be introducing a new inquest into Amy Winehouse's death following a scandal involving the woman who performed the autopsy.
The coroner who oversaw the autopsy of the singer did not have the proper prerequisites to deduce that the singer died of accidental alcohol poisoning, reports TMZ.
Assistant Deputy Suzanne Greenaway did not have the required five years of experience to get her position, but her husband appointed her anyway. The scandal led to the resignation of her husband.
The Winehouse family has no desire to exhume Amy's body for further analysis, and did not ask officials for the new investigation.