The Jewish Chronicle - - Features -

LAST week’s JC re­port that Amy Wine­house planned to fly to Is­rael for re­hab was fol­lowed up by pa­pers around the world. Eliezer Co­hen, chair­man of the Is­rael Anti-Drug Ad­min­is­tra­tion, told us that Wine­house’s rep­re­sen­ta­tives “spoke to a renowned in­sti­tu­tion and an Is­raeli pro­fes­sor” who was ex­pect­ing her ar­rival within weeks .

Af­ter our story broke, Wine­house’s man­age­ment dis­missed it as “non­sense”. But was it? Wine­house’s man­ager, Ray Cos­bert, called our news­desk on Fri­day to com­plain that he was “very dis­ap­pointed” that pa­tient con­fi­den­tial­ity had been breached by the Is­raelis. We will leave read­ers to judge whether such a claim could have been made had there been no “pa­tient” in the first place.

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