Demi Lovato will reportedly go 'straight to rehab' following hospitalization

Demi Lovato will reportedly go 'straight to rehab' following hospitalization

Demi Lovato will reportedly go 'straight to rehab' following hospitalization

The 25-year-old singer's staff flew into a state of panic when they found her lying on the floor at her home last week following a suspected overdose.

Multiple sources said that the singer agreed to go for a treatment last Tuesday. Her family hasn't left her side and have consulted with several people to figure out what the best plan of action is.

Demi Lovato is still in the hospital following her reported July 24 drug overdose but has agreed to go to rehab, according to reports. Arrived at the place the doctors injected her with naloxone - a drug that is used in the drug overdose.

After she's released, which could reportedly happen "any day now", she will go directly to rehab, the outlet reported. "People think it's a breakup song", she said, "but it's actually kind of a breakup song with myself and my bad habits".

The bodyguard lifted up Lovato and tried to clear her airway, to get her breathing, according to TMZ.

One of Demi Lovato's dancers was recently forced to deny that she was the reason the "Solo" star had broken her sobriety and overdosed.

It has also been informed that Demi is filled with the guilt of letting down her family and her loved ones. After treatment in the clinic, she is going to go to rehab, where she will be treated for addiction.

Lovato, who shot to fame on the Disney series Sonny With A Chance, had been sober for six years, but suffered a relapse earlier this year.

But it turned out that when she was in a sober-living situation, she still had an active eating disorder and was drinking vodka and using cocaine, she told "Access Hollywood" in 2013.

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