Blake Fielder-Civil admits he introduced his wife, Amy Winehouse, to drugs in a new interview - and that he will allow their marriage to end in divorce in order to ensure A-Dubs survives. This coming from the U.K.'s News of the World.
“I dragged Amy into it, and without me there is no doubt that she would never have gone down that road," Fielder-Civil said. "I ruined something beautiful.”
He said he would end their marriage to stop her from killing herself.
"Now I have to let her go to save her life. I am not abandoning her. I am doing this out of love," he said. "I have had to live with that for the past year that I have been in prison and I have got so much remorse.”
In the interview, Blake Fielder-Civil, 26, admitted to introducing wife Amy Winehouse, 25, to a life of heroin, crack cocaine and self-injury.
He said that Winehouse only smoked weed before he gave her hard drugs. He also described watching Amy Winehouse have a seizure after an all-day binge.
"It was heartbreaking seeing someone you love more than yourself, someone you would die for, someone you would kill for, on the floor shaking," he said.Blake Fielder-Civil admitted that "it's my fault" and said he'd been in tears and speaking to counselors about how he and Winehouse can't be together.
"If it wasn't for drugs, me and Amy would be so happy. Without that in our lives - without crack and heroin - Amy would be making beautiful music," he said.
He reached out to Winehouse through News of the World: "I'm sorry that love isn't enough... I'm sorry that we can't be normal together."
The couple wed blissfully in May 2007 in Miami Beach. They were both arrested for marijuana possession in October of that year.
Blake Fielder-Civil was then sent to jail after being charged with conspiracy involving alleged witness tampering. He was released November 5.