Posted on Mon Dec 17, 2012 08:35 AM PDT
Amy Winehouse's death may not have been as a result of alcohol poisoning, London officials are reporting.
A new investigation is suggesting that the coroner, who claimed Winehouse died back in July 2011 due to alcohol-related issues, did not have the proper prerequisites.
The report adds that the Assistant Deputy Suzanne Greenaway was appointed to her position in 2009 by her husband.
Greenaway also reportedly didn't have the required five years experience by the London Law Society.
Greenaway's husband has since resigned from his role as coroner for inner north London.
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