Amy Winehouse's Father-In-Law: Fans Should Boycott Singer's Albums Until She Seeks Treatment
Amy Winehouse's father-in law says fans should stop buying her records to force the singer to seek help for what he called a drug addiction.
''I think they believe they are recreational users of drugs and they are in control,'' Fielder-Civil told British Broadcasting Corp. radio Tuesday. ''Clearly they are addicts.''
He said fans should send a message to Winehouse ''that her addiction and her behavior are not acceptable.''
Giles Fielder-Civil said Winehouse's record label should be more ''pro-active in helping the couple to get better.''