Amy Winehouse’s Ex: Amy Stole Cocaine From Kate Moss

Jul. 28 2009, Published 12:33 p.m. ET

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Singer Amy Winehouse allegedly stole cocaine from supermodel Kate Moss’s handbag, according to her ex-husband Blake Fielder Civil.

Fielder claims that the hellraisers were partying in New York went into Moss’s purse and took two grams of the drug.

The theft took place inside a private suite within The Gramercy Hotel where Moss and some other models were having a party.

He told The Sun newspaper in Great Britain: “Kate had told Amy to get a $10 note out of her bag to snort lines with. But Amy told me she found two grammes in there – so she nicked them. We did some in the toilets and had sex, but we did the rest in front of everyone.”

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Former convict Fielder claims that Moss was so drunk that she didn’t even notice the drugs were missing.

The 27-year-old – who married Winehouse, 25, in May 2007 but divorced her11 days ago – claimed his ex-wife immediately got hooked on heroin after her first hit.

He alleges that she first took the dangerous drug during a night out in an East London hotel room after watching him take it.

“We had a bottle of pink champagne and had sex and were lying on the bed talking. I’d been smoking heroin on my own before that but never in front of her,” he revealed. “I got a bit of the drug myself and she looked at me and said, ‘can I have some’ I was out of my mind on drugs and said ‘of course. She inhaled the heroin and then just sat back, smiled, and her eyes went a bit funny. She said ‘I can see why you take this’. Amy took to heroin like a duck to water."

Amy Winehouse

Soon Fielder was spending up to $12,000 a week on drugs and he claims that his famous wife was begging him to buy more before she allegedly moved on to crack cocaine.

Fielder was reportedly back in a rehab facility after failing a drugs test which is a breach of his parole terms – he left prison in February after serving time for assault and trial fixing.



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