Workers Move Amy Winehouse's Stuff Out Of North London Home
Life goes on in north London, where movers were snapped loading Amy Winehouse's belongings into a truck Friday, six days after she was found dead there.
The movers carried giant bags in and out of the late Grammy winner's home, which was surrounded by flowers, pictures and other artifacts fans left in memory of the Rehab singer.
On Thursday night, Winehouse’s parents joined other family members and friends of the singer – including Kelly Osbourne – at Amy’s favorite bar in London to celebrate her life.
Winehouse's autopsy was conducted this past Monday afternoon, and toxicology results will be available in 2-to-4 weeks. Police called her death "unexplained," adding speculation about a drug overdose is "inappropriate" in light of the fact that no drugs were found at her house upon inspection.
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