911 call from Demi Lovato's Hollywood Hills home released

Toby Graves
July 27, 2018

The 38-year-old actor was spotted paying a visit to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles on Wednesday (July 25), where his 25-year-old ex-girlfriend is now being treated after a reported overdose. Neither the exact type of methamphetamine Lovato had allegedly used nor the method in which she'd allegedly used the drug have been revealed.

However, at around 11am in the morning, her assistant became concerned that she wasn't up and out of bed, so went to check on her.

Lovato had been open with fans about her history with addiction, and was sober for six years before relapsing this spring.

"He was somber and quiet and you could tell he was in a very serious mood".

When paramedics responded to an emergency call, they reportedly found drugs and drug paraphernalia scattered around the residence. She was administered Narcan, a well-known antidote for opioid overdose, and that might've been what saved her life.

She has also admitted having more than one overdose scare in the past, even while promoting a sober lifestyle.

"I was going to the airport and I had a Sprite bottle just filled with vodka and it was just 9 in the morning and I was throwing up in the auto and this was just to get on a plane to go back to L.A.to the sober living house that I was staying at", Lovato said. "He arrived and left by himself".

As Demi Lovato recovers from a suspected overdose earlier this week, her fans are returning the encouragement she gave them with examples of her positive influence, as well as supportive words for the singer. Lovato turned down the help.

"She slipped up and thought she could handle it". "I didn't think I would make it to 21".

The controversial YouTuber deleted the post, which showed Demi asking her mum for money for a burger before spending it on heroin instead.

TMZ claimed friends confronted the Camp Rock star about her actions, and tried to offer her help in a bid to get back to sobriety.

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