(LONDON) — A second inquest into the death of Amy Winehouse is complete, and the finding is the same as before: the singer drank herself to death.
A second investigation was ordered after the deputy coroner who supervised the first inquest in October of 2011, and who ruled Winehouse’s death was alcohol-related, was found to lack the necessary experience.
The BBC reports the new inquest determined Winehouse’s blood-alcohol level was more than five times Britain’s legal limit for driving, and that she died from “alcohol toxicity.”
Winehouse died in July of 2011 at age 27.
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