Demi Lovato reportedly expected to leave hospital this week

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Demi Lovato reportedly expected to leave hospital this week

Demi Lovato was in such dire condition after her drug overdose that her assistant thought she died, a new report claims.

Sources informed that when the singer realized that her addiction to drugs had ruined her to this extent and had pushed her so much close to death, she was scared and felt helpless.

"Demi has been in the hospital for over a week because she needed to be monitored by a medical professional", the source said.

Another noted "Because of what happened to Demi Lovato, Paris Jackson chose to return to the clinic where she was already in the hospital". Arriving in the same place, physicians introduced her naloxone - a drug that is used for drug overdose.

After she's released, which could reportedly happen "any day now", she will go directly to rehab, the outlet reported.

Though Lovato previously got treatment in IL, it's unclear where she'll be treated this time around. "She has to stay in the hospital for a few days more, but is expected to make a full recovery", a source close to her told the media. She said enrolling in a therapeutic school in Utah completely changed her life for the better.

Lovato entered rehab for the first time in 2010, where she was also diagnosed bipolar and received therapy for an eating disorder and self-harming.

The bodyguard reportedly rushed to Lovato's side and propped her up, as well as attempted to clear her airways so she could breathe. We have no idea how she will receive the message that she desperately needs rehab. Just three months earlier, she had celebrated remaining clean for six years during an emotional show at Brooklyn's Barclay Center. For a long time she led a sober lifestyle, but recently returned to his harmful habit.

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