Fentanyl? Disturbing Details About Demi Lovato’s Suspected Overdose

Demi will spend a large chunk of time in rehab

Demi will spend a large chunk of time in rehab

Demi Lovato won't be leaving rehab anytime soon.

Yes, the famous pair split up in June 2016 after six years together, but the former That '70s Show actor is among those helping to ensure Lovato has a healthy recovery following an apparent drug overdose in July. That also includes limiting contact with her ex-boyfriend, Wilmer Valderrama, who visited her several times while she was stabilizing in the hospital. "He seems very concerned about her", a source told People.

Demi Lovato's overdose last month was reportedly caused by fentanyl-laced Oxycodone.

Demi - who has battled with drugs and alcohol abuse in the past - had stayed away from substances for six years but she recently revealed that she had fallen off the wagon when she released her song "Sober" in June.

In her 2017 documentary Simply Complicated, she opened up about her relationship with him.

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Yahoo Entertainment reached out to Lovato's most recent publicist but she said she's no longer working with her. "I think my heart's always with Wilmer".

She was then rushed to hospital and spent two weeks there recovering, during which time she suffered severe complications, before she checked herself into rehab.

Demi Lovato's journey with addiction, in her own words, is "not something that disappears or fades with time".

In order to follow this treatment plan, Lovato had to clear her schedule, meaning canceling her remaining "Tell Me You Love Me" tour dates. This isn't her leaving rehab, as her facility actually recommended this specialist to her, and she is jumping at every opportunity to focus on recovery and getting better.

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