Demi Lovato Reportedly Hospitalized After Apparent Heroin Overdose

Demi Lovato Reportedly Hospitalized After Apparent Heroin Overdose

Demi Lovato Reportedly Hospitalized After Apparent Heroin Overdose

Fans of Demi Lovato are now sending the pop star their prayers as we're learning today that she's been rushed to the hospital following an apparent heroin overdose.

TMZ cited law enforcement sources saying Lovato was taken from a Hollywood Hills home just before noon.

The report also suggests that she was taken to the hospital from her home in Hollywood and is now being treated. She had been sober for six years when rumors started to swirl about her relapse, leading to the surprise release of "Sober", in which she apologizes for letting down herself, her family and her fans.

"Mama, I'm so sorry I'm not sober anymore / And daddy please forgive me for the drinks spilled on the floor", she sings on the piano ballad.

Demi Lovato at the 2018 Billboard Music Awards.


She was unconscious when paramedics arrived at her home, the site reported.

From 2010 she discussed her struggle with bipolar disorder, addiction, an eating disorder, and self-harm.

"I feel like I've conquered my addiction and alcoholism in a way I don't think about it anymore", she said. "I want to be a role model but I'm only human".

REUTERS/Steve Marcus Demi Lovato performs live exclusively for American Airlines AAdvantage¨ Mastercard¨ cardmembers at House of Blues Dallas on Friday, February 9th in Dallas, TX.

Many celebrities tweeted their support to the singer. "It breaks my heart that she is going through this", wrote Ellen DeGeneres. She has said: "I felt out of control with the coke the first time that I did it", adding, however, that she grew to "love it". A 2012 documentary, "Demi Lovato: Stay Strong", documents how she used to snort cocaine several times a day but found her way into rehab and back into a successful career. Her debut album Don't Forget sold over 500,000 copies, while the follow-up Here We Go Again debuted at No 1 on the Billboard 200.

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