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Police are still investigating how Amy Winehouse died Saturday.
An autopsy will occur Monday, Scotland Yard confirmed to CNN. An inquest will take place at St. Pancras Coroner’s Court in the morning.
“Inquiries continue into the circumstances of the death,” London’s Metropolitan Police said in a statement Sunday. Her death is “being treated as unexplained and there have been no arrests in connection with the incident.”
Fans, friends and business associates have spoken out about her death.
“We are trying to come to terms with the death of a dear friend and colleague, the most amazing artist and talent,” her management company, Metropolis Music, said in a statement Sunday. “We will always remember Amy as a vibrant, funny, caring young woman who made everyone around her feel welcome. We have lost a very special person, part of our family.”
Her parents said they were “left bereft by the loss of Amy, a wonderful daughter, sister, niece. She leaves a gaping hole in our lives. We are coming together to remember her and we would appreciate some privacy and space at this terrible time.”
“Everyone who is involved with Amy is shocked and devastated,” the singer’s spokesman Chris Goodman said. “Our thoughts are with her family and friends.”
“All addicts, regardless of the substance or their social status share a consistent and obvious symptom; they’re not quite present when you talk to them. They communicate to you through a barely discernible but un-ignorable veil,” he wrote, referring to her well-documented struggles with alcohol and drug addiction.
“Whether this tragedy was preventable or not is now irrelevant. It is not preventable today. We have lost a beautiful and talented woman to this disease. Not all addicts have Amy’s incredible talent,” he added.
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