Continuing his throw-Amy-Winehouse-under-the-bus-for-money media tour, Blake Fielder-Civil says his ex once stole cocaine from Kate Moss, among other things.
Yesterday, he heroically recalled saving her from overdosing. Today, he's not painting Amy - or himself - in a very good light, but his stories sure are entertaining.
Blake said he and Amy Winehouse were partying with the skinny supermodel in New York when A-Dubs went into her purse and pocketed two grams of the drug.
They were mingling with other models and Hollywood stars in a private suite at the city’s Gramercy Park Hotel. Then Winehouse yoinked the coke and they boned.
He said: "Kate told Amy to get a $10 out of her handbag to snort lines with. But Amy found two grams of cocaine in there – so she nicked them. We did some in the toilets and had sex, but we did the rest in front of everyone."
Moss "was so drunk she never noticed it was missing," says Blake.
Blake Fielder-Civil's latest Amy Winehouse stories involve getting her hooked on heroin and bogarting cocaine from anorexic model Kate Moss. [Photos: Fame Pictures]
Fielder-Civil, 27, who married Winehouse, 25, in May 2007 but officially divorced her 11 days ago, said she got addicted to heroin after her first hit.
He said Amy first tried the Class A drug during one of their "mad nights" in an east London hotel room way back in 2006 after watching him take it.
"We had a bottle of pink champagne and had sex and were lying on the bed. I’d been smoking heroin on my own but never in front of her," he said.
"I got a bit for myself and she looked at me and said, 'can I have some?' I was out of my mind on drugs and I said, 'of course.' She inhaled the heroin and then just sat back, smiled, and her eyes went a bit funny. She said, 'I can see why you take this.'"
But Fielder-Civil claims they £7,000 a week on drugs, and within weeks, she was begging him to buy more, before she allegedly moved on to crack.
Kate Moss was unavailable for comment.
Blake Fielder-Civil was today reported to have been sent back to rehab after failing another drugs test, which is a direct breach of his parole terms.