Amy Winehouse's devastated mother had to leave a restaurant halfway through a meal when her late daughter's music came on the stereo, as she finds it "impossible" to hear the star's heart-wrenching tracks.
The Rehab star was found dead at her home in London in July (11) and her death was ruled "misadventure" after an inquest last month (Oct11) found she died after drinking too much alcohol.
Winehouse's grieving mother Janis recently took a trip to Spain with her new husband Richard to have dinner with friends, but was forced to flee the venue when the singer's hit song Valerie came on the radio.
She tells Britain's Daily Mail, "The meal was over in that instant. We paid the bill and left. I still find it impossible to listen to Amy's music."