LONDON (CBS) -- A second coroner's investigation into the death of Amy Winehouse confirms the soul singer died from accidental alcohol poisoning.
Amy Winehouse spent her last moments alive watching YouTube videos of herself, laughing, and binge drinking enough vodka to stop her breathing.
That account comes from the soul singer's bodyguard who was in her home the night she died.
His testimony was re-read in the Coroner's Court in London as part of a second investigation into the soul singer's death.
The results were identical to the first inquest, death from alcohol poisoning, specifically five-times the legal driving limit.
Police who found the singer in her home in July 2011 say there were empty vodka bottles scattered around the 27-year-old. Winehouse's family did not attend the court hearing. Her father told a London paper he would not put his family through that pain again.
The first investigation into the singer's death was thrown out because the original coroner lacked the proper qualifications for the job.
Fan of the Grammy Winner feel the new investigation opened old wounds. Nicola Copping says, "She's like that Marilyn Monroe or that JFK figure, that something happened to them and they will remain in the public conscious for that much longer."
During Tuesday's 45-minute court proceeding, testimony from Winehouse's doctor was also re-read. She says Winehouse successfully gave up drugs, had stopped drinking alcohol for nearly two weeks and said she wanted to live.
But her doctor also testified Winehouse started drinking again a few days before her death because she felt bored.
During her life, Winehouse also suffered from seizures, emphysema and bulimia.