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The band cited Doherty's continuing drug addiction as the reason for his dismissal, but emphasised their willingness to take him back once he had addressed his addiction.Although Barât had previously stated that the Libertines were merely on hiatus, pending Doherty's recovery, the group effectively disbanded with Doherty's departure at the end of 2004.
The Libertines played an arena tour across the UK in January 2016, followed by a European tour and then dates in South America.
In August 2006 it was announced that Doherty was recording with The Streets frontman Mike Skinner on a new version of "Prangin' Out", from Skinner's album The Hardest Way to Make an Easy Living.
Doherty founded Babyshambles towards the end of his time with The Libertines.
Following his rejoining of the band, Doherty sought treatment for his drug addiction.
He attended the alternative detox centre Wat Tham Krabok, a temple in Thailand, famous for its rehabilitation program for crack and heroin users. However, while post-production work was taking place on the second Libertines album in June 2004, Doherty was again asked to leave the band.
The habitually heroin-addicted Doherty is so determined to share his life, and his crackpipe, with Wacked Out Winehouse that the Babyshambles star has penned a letter to Amy’s incarcerated husband, Blake Fielder-Civil, requesting that he set the Grammy Award-winning singer free to marry him instead.
Pete says he fell in love with Amy the first moment he saw her and told Blake he had proposed to her four years ago when they met on the set of a British TV show. ) “Pete explained in his letter to Blake that he genuinely believes if he and Amy had got together then, they would’ve weathered the storms of fame together and not have succumbed to addiction or depression….He was originally sentenced to 6 months, but his sentence was cut to 2 months.Upon his release, Doherty immediately reunited with Barât and the rest of the band to play a gig in the Tap 'n' Tin pub in Chatham, Kent; known among Libertine fans as "The Freedom Gig".After his A-levels, he moved to his grandmother's flat in London – where he said he felt 'destined' to be – and got a job filling graves in Willesden Cemetery, although most of his time was spent reading and writing while sitting on gravestones.Doherty and Barât formed a band called the Libertines in the late '90s, although it was not until 2002, with the release of their debut album Up the Bracket, that they began to achieve widespread mainstream success.Tyler and Amy were in a relationship in 2000 and remained close friends until her death in 2011.