You can almost always guarantee that whenever a celebrity dies, many books will be written about them as a way to unveil all of the skeletons in their closets. No secrets are safe or sacred, even after death. Offer people money and they'll say just about anything you want to hear, including Amy Winehouse's ex-hubby Blake Fielder-Civil. It was revealed this week that Blake is seriously considering writing a book about the tragic star, but it comes with a price.
A source claims that "Blake's been planning to write a tell-all on Amy since she became famous." Not that he would use her fame for his own personal profit...no that doesn't sound like him at all. This would be a good time to remind everyone that Blake is currently serving jail time for burglary and a firearm offense, but yeah he's someone you can trust will speak the truth for the right reasons. The insider adds that "When they were together he'd film her, but there are many hours of footage and photos he hasn't released." As to what kind of footage and photos these include, the source didn't specify. The couple divorced in 2009 after a two-year marriage, so it's safe to say he would be able to give readers a good look at Amy's crazy world and perhaps help to solve what led her down such a dark and twisted path. But just because he may know the singer better than her own family, does that give him the right to divulge all her secrets? Don't get me wrong, I would totally read this book since I'd want to see what he has to say, but part of me feels like it's morally wrong. Even in death people should have a right to their own privacy...right?
Source: The Sun