Demi Lovato's ex-boyfriend, Wilmer Valderrama, was photographed rushing to her bedside after her reported overdose. News. Referring to her team's growing concerns, the insider said, "Everyone has been urging her to get help with her life coach, and to seek treatment again, but Demi thought she could handle it on her own".
Representatives for Lovato, 25, did not respond to requests for comment. TMZ was the first to report that Lovato had been hospitalized for a drug overdose, based on its sources, and other outlets including People magazine also reported that her hospitalization based on sources. It came a month after she released a new song called "Sober, " indicating that she relapsed after six years of sobriety. "But I can't imagine what level she's going through and what her family is going through right now".
A recording from the 911 call made for Demi Lovato's drug overdose has been released and it's so eerily calm, it's actually shocking.
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A male voice later comes on the line and says they can hear the sirens, and the ambulance may take another little while as it's a "windy street". Lovato was scheduled to perform in Atlantic City on Thursday, but the concert was canceled.
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Following the news of her overdose, celebrities and friends of Lovato took to social media to send their words of support.
The "Skyscraper" singer is "grateful to be alive" after her brush with death but doubts are being raised about whether she really wants to go back to rehab, People Magazine Music Editor Janine Rubenstein said. Lovato finished the song by pledging to get help: "I'm sorry that I'm here again/I promise I'll get help/It wasn't my intention/I'm sorry to myself".
The singer has spoken candidly in interviews about her use of cocaine and addiction to alcohol, as well as mental health issues and an eating disorder. The singer started at a nightclub before partying the rest of the night at her home.
As a regular on the Disney series "Sonny with a Chance", and Lovato became one of the network's brightest young stars.