Amy Winehouse’s London home was robbed in the days following her death it has emerged. Unreleased music tracks, lyric books, letters and even a favorite guitar were stolen. Shockingly, the thief must have been someone who was close to her!
There was no forced entry into Amy Winehouse’s home, yet personal possessions have gone missing, following her death on July 23. Only 20 people had access to the late singer’s house, including her close family, management, security staff and the paramedics and police who were called after her body was discovered.
Those are the people that angry father Mitch Winehouse is pointing the finger of blame at. He knows how potentially valuable his daughter Amy’s lyric book, unreleased tracks and even her letters would be. Yet they are invaluable to him. He is said to be “livid” that these personal items have been stolen.
Following the “Rehab” hit-maker’s death on July 23, several items, including one of her favorite guitars, cannot be tracked down.
If anything could make the theft of personal property from the late singer’s home worse, perhaps it is the fact that the robbery appears to have taken place while her family and friends were out of the country, on vacation together. They took a vacation following her funeral, in an attempt to deal with their grief at the death of Amy Winehouse.
An insider said, “This is such a sickening shock to the family. That someone would stoop so low. They can’t get their heads around it.”
The record label and management team of Amy Winehouse have yet to make any decisions about her unreleased music. Now the thief (or thieves) appears to have taken the matter out of their hands.
Despite his anger at the robbery, Amy’s father, Mitch Winehouse, is willing to give anyone who stole property from Amy’s home a chance to return the items without police involvement. He has not put a time limit on this amnesty but presumably the theft of property from Amy Winehouse’s home will become a police matter at some point in the future if it cannot be resolved amicably.