Before the cause of Amy Winehouse's death was known, there was much speculation about how the Rehab singer died.
After it was determined that Winehouse passed away from accidental alcohol poisoning, her family, friends and fans finally could put all the controversy behind them or could they?
Now, it seems, there is more controversy surrounding the troubled singer's death. British officials are looking into the legality of the inquest into Winehouse's death.
A month after Suzanne Greenaway performed Winehouse's death inquest, she resigned. Details emerged that she failed to meet the standards required for coroner appointments only logging two-and-a-half of the necessary five years required at the Law Society. Also, Greenaway's history of being a nurse in Australia didn't exactly qualify as "qualified medical practitioners" as is required.
Greenaway was appointed to the position by her husband, Inner North London Coroner Dr. Andrew Scott Reid. He has since apologized.
The 30 verdicts that Greenaway rendered could be declared illegal and reopened if someone challenged the verdicts in court.