Demi Lovato's next step after a life-endangering overdose that put her in the hospital last month appears to be a return trip to rehab. Demi's condition has stabilized and plans are being made to send her for rehab.
"She could die if she doesn't, and that's not going to be on my watch that we did nothing", one of her employees told TMZ.
At the time of this writing, Lovato's exact release date from the hospital, as well as the name and location of the rehab facility she plans to enter, have yet to be revealed.
Lovato was found unconscious in her bed last Tuesday after allegedly partying with friends for 12 straight hours.
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Sources with direct knowledge tell us, Demi's family has squarely raised the issue of rehab with her ... something they delayed for days because of the many complications resulting from the OD.
Demi Lovato was hospitalized in late July because of an opioid overdose.
She said things got really hard again. She refused to call doctors drug took.
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"If she wants to survive, she needs to get out of this business".
The bodyguard went to her side and gave her first aid before paramedics arrived.
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. For a long time she led a sober way of life, but recently again returned to the addiction.
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