Amy Winehouse's ex-husband: I made mistakes, but I didn't kill her
Blake Fielder-Civil, the ex-husband of British singer Amy Winehouse, spoke to Good Morning Britain about their marriage and the responsibilities he feels he has in relation to the 27-year-old's death.
Fielder-Civil said he made "mistakes" during their relationship, but that he no longer feels responsible for her death. Many, in fact, continued to hold him entirely responsible for justifying Amy Winehouse's addiction and forcing her to take lethal substances that led to her death at the age of 27 in July 2011.
Në një intervistë dhënë dje për Good Morning Britain me rastin e ditëlindjes së 40-të të këngëtares, Blake Fielder-Civil, 41 vjeç, foli për kohën e tij me Winehouse, me të cilën pati një martesë të trazuar që zgjati nga viti 2007 deri në vitin 2009.
"Është një nga arsyet që doja të flisja sot," tha ai, duke iu referuar faktit se shumë e konsiderojnë atë përgjegjës për vdekjen e Amy Winehouse. "Po kjo është. Ashtu mendojnë. Dhe unë nuk mund t'i ndryshoj ndjenjat e njerëzve,” tha ai, duke shtuar megjithatë se tani e ka ndaluar së mbajturi këtë barrë.
“Këtë barrë e kam mbajtur vetëm për më shumë se 10 vjet. Për të qenë i sinqertë, ndihem sikur jam i vetmi person në atë histori që kam marrë ndonjëherë përgjegjësinë. Po, kam bërë disa gabime të mëdha".
When Good Morning Britain host Ben Shepard asked Fielder-Civil to explain what those mistakes were, he explained that he was a young "drug addict" at the time and had no idea how to get off that path. Fielder-Civil also admitted that he had left Amy Winehouse alone, who was stuck in a vicious circle of a record label that had interests in Amy continuing to perform.
Ben Shepard, at the time, pointed out that Amy Winehouse was very vulnerable, a "fragile soul", to which Fielder-Civil stated that "yes, she was" and that in his opinion it was precisely this fragility that made her needed from people so much.
"I think that fragility is what people relate to on her albums and in her lyrics."