Amy Winehouse: Brain Damaged?


Sep. 2 2008, Published 10:36 a.m. ET

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According to a report out of England on Monday, Grammy winner Amy Winehouse may have already done irreparable harm to her brain with her admitted drug use.

The British singer, who is notorious for flaunting her substance abuse to the media, has reported already suffered two overdoses in the past year and the possibility of a third one has doctors worried it will be her last.

"The future is bleak, bleak, bleak," a friend of Amy is quoted as telling the UK's Sun newspaper, adding that the "Rehab" songstress allegedly smoked so much marijuana and hashish during a recent 36-hour period that she went into convulsions.

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This news comes on the heels of the more legal trouble for Amy, who could possibly be sued after failing to show up at a concert performance in Paris. She had been scheduled to headline the Rock En Seine festival on Friday, and according to the show's promoters, they were notified only two hours before her slated start time that she would not perform.


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