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Demi Lovato's assistant thought she was dead

04 August 2018

Demi Lovato is still in the hospital following her reported July 24 drug overdose but has agreed to go to rehab, according to reports.

Lovato, who had reportedly been found unconscious in her room after a night of partying in celebration of a backup dancer's birthday, was not breathing when the assistant found her, and her pillow reportedly had blood on it, a sign of hemorrhaging.

Demi is now recovering in hospital in Los Angeles, and is apparently suffering from a very high fever and extreme nausea, but reports say that she is "expected to make a full recovery". She has agreed to rehab and will go straight to an in-patient facility...

TMZ reports that Lovato's bodyguard arrived at the singer's Hollywood Hills home to her assistant screaming, "She's dead!"

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The bodyguard reportedly rushed to Lovato's side and propped her up, as well as attempted to clear her airways so she could breathe.

Earlier in the day, LAPD officer Ray Brown confirmed a call from the 8000 block of Laurel View Drive: "We had a call out for possible overdose for a female approximately 25 years of age".

Lovato has struggled with an eating disorder, self-mutilation and other issues, and entered rehab in 2010.

And since her hospitalization, there's been reports that Demi has been suffering complications, so hopefully this new information means that Demi is finally on the mend and on the road to recovery. Demi has told the people close to her that she is serious about her sobriety, and plans to do whatever it takes to maintain a healthy lifestyle moving forward'. She wants to be sober.

Demi Lovato's assistant thought she was dead