LONDON (AP) -- If you have the urge to buy an Amy Winehouse CD, her father-in-law is saying no, no, no.
Giles Fielder-Civil tells BBC Radio, maybe if fans stop buying her CDs, she'll get help for drug addiction. Winehouse is married to Fielder-Civil's son Blake. He says his son and and daughter-in-law are hooked on crack and heroin.
But Winehouse's father says a boycott wouldn't do any good. He says the only way addicts can kick the habit is by hitting rock bottom and getting help.
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