Beleaguered singer Amy Winehouse has insisted that the only person who can sort her out is her dad.
The 'Rehab' singer, who passed out after a drug overdose at her home, said that spending some time with her father works better than spending time in rehab.
"He sorts me out. When I get self-destructive I just need to spend time with my Dad. Rehab is a cop-out," the Sun quoted her, as saying.
On August 8, Winehouse was reportedly on a drug marathon as she took ecstasy, cocaine and horse tranquilliser ketamine along with whisky and vodka.
The 23-year-old later had to be admitted to the hospital at around one in the night.
Winehouse admitted that the overdose was "one of the most terrifying moments" of her life.
"It was just crazy—one of the most terrifying moments of my life. I don't know how to explain what happened. I don't really know myself. I can't remember what I looked like. I couldn't recognise myself. It was terrifying—I was terrified," the News of the World quoted Amy as saying.
"I was so out of control. It just happened. It shocked me. I'm sorry—I just don't know what got into me. I never want to feel that way again. I've scared myself this time. I was all over the place. I know things have got to change. I have to sort myself out," she said.
But despite suffering so much, the Back to Black singer is refusing to enter rehab again.
"Amy is determined that she will not go to rehab. She has no idea how close she came to dying. She has barely eaten anything and keeps being sick. She is in an incredibly fragile state, both physically and mentally," a friend said.