The ghost of Amy Winehouse is haunting the London home of rocker Pete Doherty, leading the former Libertines man to flee to Paris. The 32-year-old has told friends he can no longer live in the pad after seeing the late star three of four times since her death in July, reports The Sun newspaper.
Doherty claims to have seen ghostly images of Amy in his bedroom and her reflections in the windows late at night. The troubled rocker, who was a friend of the Back to Black singer, claims he was too frightened to return to the house and is now living in France. A pal said, "He is utterly convinced that he has seen her ghost.A lot of people will think his visions are probably drug-induced but he claims he is clean". The Babyshambles man was said to be so distressed by the death, he was unable to pay his last respects at the funeral in July. Although Winehouse had battled substance abuse and drug addiction, her death shocked the music industry, with a coroner ruling that alcohol poisoning was the reason for her passing.
Doherty, who has battled his own drug addiction, was often photographed with Winehouse around the Camden area. The duo appeared on-stage together numerous times, most notably during Babyshambles' set at the 2009 V Festival.
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