Demi Lovato Will Enter Rehab

Rosalie Gross
August 6, 2018

We're told she's still at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, but one source says, "She's getting out any day now".

DEMI Lovato was in such dire condition after her drug overdose that her assistant thought she had died, a new report claims. The pop star was rushed to hospital following a drug overdose on 25 June, but her family only brought up the subject of rehab now with her because she was too sick to discuss it until now. Do not cut, copy or lift any content from this website without our consent.

Demi Lovato has agreed to go to rehab, TMZ reports. People close to Lovato told her that they would cut her out of their lives if she did not get treatment. It is the reaction and actions of the bodyguard demi, who quickly oriented in a situation and saved her life. "She is starting to grasp the severity of what happened and that she nearly died", the source added.

Though Lovato previously got treatment in IL, it's unclear where she'll be treated this time around.

It's unclear what drug or drugs she was using that night, as Lovato was reportedly uncooperative with authorities after she was revived at the scene.

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Currently, Lovato continues to be in the Los Angeles clinic, which was delivered after an overdose. "Everyone wants her to take it very seriously and she seems to be".

Lovato "was not breathing".

"Her family is not giving her a choice to go home or not". The bodyguard, assistant and other members of her team were aware she was no longer sober.

The star previously sought help for her addictions in 2010, so her family are said to be confident that she'll agree to rehab again this time.

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