|Doherty in company with police officers|
He added that Winehouse visited him three or four times at the apartment close to where she died in Camden in July.
Doherty claims he saw ghostly images in his bedroom and her reflection in his windows late at night.
The Babyshambles frontman, and former Libertines frontman 32, who was a friend of the Back to Black singer, says he is too frightened to return.
A source said: "He is utterly convinced that he has seen her ghost.
"A lot of people will think his visions are probably drug-induced but he claims he is clean."
Doherty was close friends with Amy and was left devastated after her death.
According to pals he was so distressed he couldn't bring himself to go and pay his last respects.
|Winehouse and Doherty - Best of friends|
He will next be seen starring opposite fellow musician/actor Charlotte Gainsbourg in a film where he portrays French poet and novelist Alfred de Musset. The film is due out next year.
Doherty is perhaps more famous in the media for being in trouble with hard drug abuse than for any musical successes.
Sources - The Sun NME and author
This story sadly reflects the sorry state of affairs that the music scene and media in the United Kingdom has debased to.
Yet both Doherty and Winehouse were regarded as one time `role models` for the new millennium by the same media and even some politicians who hoped to capitalise votes from their popularity.
And now in death Amy is making news from the grave.
Sad, so very sad, yet so very modern and British.
Let Amy Winehouse rest in peace.