Mitch Winehouse Says 'Leave My Daughter Alone' After New 'Autopsy' Documentary Airs

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Amy Winehouse performs At Shepherd's Bush Empire May 28, 2007 in London, England. 

A new documentary called Autopsy: The Last Hours Of Amy Winehouse, the second this year to explore her legacy as well as her untimely death, aired last night on the U.K.'s Channel 5. Winehouse's father Mitch, though, wanted to mak  it clear that he had nothing to do with the project, and took to Twitter to say his piece.

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Winehouse's own role in Amy's life and relationship with the media is fairly controversial -- after he was displeased with his portrayal in the feature-length Amy, which was released earlier this year, he demanded the film be re-cut

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Nevertheless, he again referred to the new documentary (which portrays the singer's last hours as re-created by actress Kate Robinson) as "exploitation" when it aired last night.