Demi Lovato's Assistant Feared She Was Dead From Overdose


Nobody is happier about Demi Lovato entering rehab than Wilmer Valderrama.

However, it's thought she'll be ready to leave hospital this week and she's reportedly agreed to head back into rehab to help her beat her addictions and get back on the road to sobriety.

The 25-year-old singer has been hospitalized for over a week following her apparent overdose and she has agreed to go to rehab once she is better, according to TMZ.

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The "Sorry Not Sorry" singer still wasn't doing well last weekend, days after being taken the hospital, People reported earlier this week, but she was still expected to make a full recovery.

The bodyguard went to her side and gave her first aid before paramedics arrived. "This is not anything that can be forced". In June, she released a song called "Sober" about a relapse after six years of sobriety.

Following her hospitalization, her representative said in a statement: "Demi is awake and with her family who want to express thanks to everyone for the love, prayers, and support".

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She went on to write several other posts, and linked out to a website specialising in mental health and wellness. In fact, there will even be a bronze statue of Genest to be displayed in London's Science Museum next year.

"She understands the severity of her overdose and the recovery has been very challenging for he".

"She will be released in the next few days and the plan is for her to go to rehab", a source told E! In the song, she apologized for letting down her family and fans.

This comes after close friends of Demi's told People magazine that the only way for Demi to get better is to quit show business completely.

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"He fears for her well-being and knows that rehab is her best shot at recovering from her frightful ordeal", the source continued.