May 24, 2008 10:52

Amy Winehouse 'not going for drug treatment in Israel'

Singer denies reports she is set to fly to the country for treatment

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Amy Winehouse has denied reports that she is set to travel to Israel for drug treatment.

The Jewish Chronicle and The Sun reported that the singer was set to attend the Barzilai Medical Centre to undergo a £6,400 operation that would prevent her craving drugs in the future.

However, a spokesperson for Winehouse has dismissed the reports as false.

"These are just old rumours," her spokesperson told the Telegraph. "She’s going back in the studio and has absolutely no plans to go abroad for treatment."

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