Demi Lovato Released From Hospital and Transported to Rehab Amid Drug Overdose

Updated On 07 Aug, 2018 Published On

Good News! Demi Lovato has finally been released from the hospital nearly two weeks after the overdose of drugs, multiple sources have confirmed.

As per the report, the Barney & Friends star, 25, left the hospital on Saturday, August 4 and she is now in rehab, and she will remain there for an extended period of time. The songstress is reportedly set to take a private plane to a treatment facility outside California.

The Sorry Not Sorry singer took to Instagram a couple of days ago to share a message in which she talked about her drug overdose, illness, hospitalization and health setbacks.


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As previously reported, on July 14, Demi was hospitalized in Los Angelas after suffering an apparent heroin overdose after which she was treated with Narcan.

Later that day, a representative the songstress released a statement with an update on her health. It read,

Demi is awake and with her family who want to express thanks to everyone for the love, prayers and support. Some of the information being reported is incorrect and they respectfully ask for privacy and not speculation as her health and recovery is the most important thing right now.

Last week, sources revealed that Joe Jonas' ex-girlfriend was battling health complications in the hospital, saying that she was suffering from extreme nausea and a high fever.

Last March, the pop star, who first entered rehab in 2010, had celebrated her six years of sobriety. However, three months later, Demi revealed that she had relapsed through her single “Sober”.