Singer-songwriter Demi Lovato has just returned home after completing another stint in rehab. A source close to the ‘Dancing With the Devil’ singer, who uses them / them pronouns after being revealed to be non-binary, told Page Six that they had returned to Utah for treatment, but that they were now back home and “doing well”.
The 29-year-old singer’s return to rehab comes weeks after they announced they no longer supported “California sober” – drinking alcohol and smoking marijuana. “I no longer support my ‘sober Californian’ ways. Sober sober is the only way to be,” Demi shared on their Instagram story in early December.
A few weeks later, Demi shared a photo of her with a shaved head and wrote “fresh start” with it. Eagle-eyed fans noticed the photo appeared to have been taken at a drug rehab center, according to Page Six. Speculation was fueled when Demi’s older sister Dallas Lovato shared a video of the two reunited for Christmas on TikTok, with their younger sister, Madison De La Garza.
“When you get exactly what you wanted on Christmas … your sister,” Dallas wrote on the video, adding a red heart-shaped emoticon. “I cheated on you, I’m sorry,” Demi said as they hugged Madison with tears in her eyes.
Demi suffered a near-fatal overdose in 2018. The “Confident” singer detailed her overdose in his YouTube documentary series, frankly detailing to fans the hold their addiction has had on them, from methamphetamine use to heroin. to the need to receive injections to avoid having high. (ANI)
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