AUDIO has surfaced of the 911 call made from Demi Lovato's house on the day she overdosed.
However, a nurse at the hospital told police that the singer has been at the methamphetamine prior to her alleged overdose. The party then continued at Lovato's home, until the early hours of Tuesday morning.
As it was previously reported, Lovato was hospitalized on the 24th of July, and paramedics found her unconscious in her home in the Hollywood Hills, concluding that she had overdosed on heroin. TMZ initially reported that she overdosed on heroin, however a source confirmed to InStyle that the substance-which is still unknown-was not heroin. Those details are still unclear.
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A male voice later comes on the line and says they can hear the sirens, and the ambulance may take another little while as it's a "windy street". "They probably saved her life", addiction psychiatrist Dr. Laurence Westreich said.
The "Skyscraper" singer is "grateful to be alive" after her brush with death but doubts are being raised about whether she really wants to go back to rehab, People Magazine Music Editor Janine Rubenstein said.
Considering that Lovato's rep has spoken out about his client's hospitalization and has shared that "some of the information being reported is incorrect", it's understandably hard to put together the pieces of the superstar's recent drug use at the time of this writing. In June, she released a new single titled "Sober", in which she seemed to confess to a recent relapse and apologized to family and friends. "He felt like she was always making excuses for herself, her bad behaviour and not telling him the truth about what she was up to". On the song "Sober", she sings the lyrics: "Momma, I'm so sorry I'm not sober anymore/And daddy please forgive me for the drinks spilled on the floor".