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“He explained to me that when they’re going into [drug] withdrawal, if they cut themselves, it takes away the pain,” he was quoted as saying.But as Winehouse began to publicly unravel—a process characterized by drastic weight loss, tumbling out of bars, punching fans, and embarking on a roundelay of rehab stays—Fielder-Civil morphed into something besides her longtime enabler; he became one of Britain’s most reviled men.
Fielder-Civil was sentenced to 27 months in Pentonville Prison while Winehouse continued to sell millions of records around the globe, entering the ranks of pop’s top acts.
The following year, the performer showed her devotion to Fielder-Civil in ways both self-destructive and ridiculous.
Sweeping the Grammys, Winehouse claimed awards in five of the six categories in which she was nominated, including best new artist, song of the year, and album of the year.
Their on-again, off-again courtship inspired the glamorous melancholy of —evidenced by the title track’s drug-referencing, lovesick refrain “I love you much, it’s not enough / You love blow and I love puff”—but also a death spiral of addiction, self-mutilation, knock-down, drag-out physical assaults, bad tattoos, and even prison sexting.
Further, Fielder-Civil, 29, seems to have remained Winehouse’s muse both in life and death.