AMY Winehouse’s junkie ex-husband has offered to sell unseen pictures of her — heaping fresh misery on her family.
Blake Fielder-Civil, who introduced her to heroin, tried to strike a deal with The Sun on Sunday after we approached him about a different story.
Amy Winehouse’s family fear that private images and information could be released by the late singer’s ex-husband[/caption]
Ex-husband Blake Fielder-Civil says he has lots of unseen photos of himself with Amy that he is willing to share if the price is right[/caption]
He said in a message: “I want a fee . . . I have lots of unseen photos of Amy and I.”
Referring to her father, he added: “I’ll tell everything that went on and talk about the family, esp Mitch.”
Two weeks ago we told how Fielder-Civil, 37, was after a £1million cut of Amy’s estate.
We can also reveal that Fielder-Civil is planning to write an autobiography about his life with Amy, using a ghost writer.
Blake and Winehouse in the audience at the 2007 MTV Europe Music Awards[/caption]
Amy’s family also fear that Blake has notebooks of Amy’s as well as unreleased lyrics which they are concerned he will release.
A source said: “Blake has stooped to a new low by offering to sell pictures of Amy at this time.
“It is the last thing the family need or want and could potentially be very hurtful.
“They have heard about the book and Blake’s claims that there is much more new material yet to come out which he apparently hopes to reveal.
Blake appeared on Good Morning Britain last year and criticised the Winehouse family plans for a hologram tour of Amy[/caption]
“Amy’s family think he is a scumbag and an utter hypocrite, as he has basically accused them of cashing in on her legacy in the past.”
Fielder-Civil was in prison from July 2008 to February 2009 for GBH and perverting justice and was blamed by many for Amy’s descent into alcohol and drug abuse.
She died aged 27 of acute alcohol poisoning in July 2011.
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Amy and her father Mitch in 2010[/caption]
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