The problem boils down to incentives: get famous, make money, don't have to work. No driving requirement to get up every day & contribute to the work for financial gain to support yourself. Get bored. Stay up late. Start going to parties. Drink & drug yourself to death. It's pretty common because it's hard to escape human nature. Wikipedia has a huge list of famous people who have gone out that way:You'd think achieving fame and fortune would be enough, something you'd take seriously and with caution, but so many actors and celebrities hit the big time then go straight for the drugs.
Have to say I don't think I've ever seen anything she's been in, so was barely aware of her, apart from her name being familiar from her having been in a relationship with DeGeneres.I wasn't a fan and thought her acting was so so at the best and for her to agree to do the remake of Hitchcock's PSYCHO was not her best career decision. But the one movie I did appreciate her acting was the 2004 movie BIRTH with Nicole Kidman.
It's funny. You'd think achieving fame and fortune would be enough, something you'd take seriously and with caution, but so many actors and celebrities hit the big time then go straight for the drugs.
I still just can not believe we lost Amy Winehouse to drugs. That voice....
could be, and, we'll never know. However, the accident itself is consistent with extreme intoxication. I am not trying to say "BAD PERSON BECAUSE DRUGS", but you don't drive like that just because you took drugs.They are pretty sure the fentanyl is from treatment at the scene. I thought I heard she didn't have alcohol in her system, only coke? And coke can be detected up to 3 days after last use?