AMY Winehouse’s dad has urged fans to “pray” for his daughter’s ex-husband who is fighting for his life in a Dewsbury hospital.
Blake Fielder Civil remains on life-support at Dewsbury and District hospital, following an alleged drink and drungs binge last Friday.
The 30-year-old former addict was found choking in bed by girlfriend Sarah Aspin.
Mitch Winehouse took to social media site Twitter, to express his sadness.
He said it was “terrible news” and added “Remember Amy loved him. Let’s pray for his recovery.”
Fielder Civil’s new partner Ms Aspin claims he had gone out drinking with a friend last Thursday and might have taken an illicit substance.
The 34-year-old and mum of his 15-month-old son Jack, immediately alerted paramedics – who confirmed he had choked on his vomit and swallowed his tongue.
He had suffered multiple organ failure and was later placed in an induced coma at the Halifax Road site.
Ms Aspin who met the Valerie star’s ex in rehab three years ago said: “The doctors said they put him in a coma to help him and due to infection.
“I’m praying he’ll survive, but I’m having to prepare myself that he may never wake up.”
She claims that before Fielder-Civil was put to bed Thursday night, he had been slurring his words and staggering.
His had also attended a probation appointment in Morley earlier that day.
The appointment followed his recent stint at Armley prison, where he was serving a sentence for a burglary - thought to have been fuelled by his drug habit.
Fielder-Civil has battled with a long heroin addiction and also spent time in prison in 2007.
He was released from HMP Armley with a tag two weeks ago – and claims suggest he was hoping to clean up his act.
Several reports last month suggested he hoped to work in an unpaid position giving advice to addicts at a rehab centre.
He married superstar Winehouse in 2007 but the pair divorced just two years later, after a turbulent relationship.
Last month marked the one year anniversary of the Rehab singer’s death.
She was found at her home in Camden, London, after suffering alcohol poisoning.