When you are as wealthy and have all the personal problems with substance abuse that Amy Winehouse had, she should never have been left alone. Why is it that people who know that someone is in this condition they leave them alone or with incompetents?! How many times have we heard this story? Wonderful, she is “found” dead, “Ms. Winehouse bites the carpet.” Any and all of those that were in her circle are to some degree responsible for her early check-out.
It was recently revealed to me that she was still drinking a “tad” too much and in her current medical condition it may have been a seizure as in “seizure later.” A massive seizure can kill you as fast as numerous other medical malfunctions. From the very first time that I saw Amy Winehouse I knew what the end was going to be, and I was not surprised to hear of her death yesterday.
For sure the “doctors” and “shrinks” are lining up to give their opinions of what went wrong and why. Bottom line is this, Amy Winehouse liked things just as they were. Ms. Winehouse enjoyed being fucked up and liked life just as she was living it.
Just like a very old convict told me one time when I asked what she thought of rehab (she was doing 4 years at the California Institute for Women in Frontera, Ca.). She looked me straight in the eye and told me this, “Mr. Nazarian, when I get sick and tired of being sick and tired that is when I will stop using.” This woman was an old junkie and knew exactly what she was doing, and state prison was nothing but a “time out” to get healthy and put on some weight. A little “retreat” if you will all at the state’s expense…rehab for the poor.
For the rich to some degree it is their money that will kill them, they generally have losers around them or people with “financial matters” in front of what should be what the rest of us call “common sense.” And for these rehab places they are nothing more than a constant jackpot that pays and pays every month and MOST OF THESE PLACES it is all about the MONEY. And why should they not be, I recall an expression, “fools and their money are soon parted.”
I, John J. Nazarian, along with my sons, have personally loaded clients into my car or their car, a few private jets, and taken them to a hospital or another real medical facility to save their lives. We have never in twenty years ever lost a client to an overdose, nor will we ever. And why is that you ask? Common sense and never being afraid to piss someone off.
Straight Talk with John J. Nazarian, Private Investigator
July 24, 2011
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