Amy Winehouse's ex-husband, Blake Fielder-Civil, is on life support and in a coma after suffering an alleged overdose on Friday, according to UK news reports.
Blake, whose history of substance abuse is well documented, was found by his girlfriend, Sarah Aspin, choking in bed Friday and was rushed to a local hospital.
He reportedly suffered multiple organ failure and has been placed on life support in a medically-induced coma in the West Yorkshire, England medical facility.
Sarah Aspin claims Blake Fielder-Civil arrived home late on Thursday "slurring words and staggering," and she feared that "he was on something."
Aspin and Blake have one 15-month-old son together.
Fielder-Civil and Amy Winehouse, who were married for two years until 2009, had an turbulent and tabloid-dominated relationship, to put it mildly.
In an out of jail for assault, burglary and firearm possession in recent years, Blake was widely considered to be the chanteuse's chief enabler.
Amy died in July 2011, a tragedy many believe could have been prevented had it not been for years of addiction aided and abetted by Blake.
That's nowhere on the mind of her family today, however.
Amy's father, Mitch, took to Twitter Thursday to express his concern over Fielder-Civil's health, writing, "Terrible news about Blake this morning."
"Remember Amy loved him. Let's pray for his recovery."