Sometimes it is difficult for celebrities to cope with everything going on in their life. Today, singer Demi Lovato, nearly took her own life after an apparent heroin overdose. The 25 year old American singer, songwriter and actress is definitely dealing with her own inner demons.
According to various sources, “Demi is awake and with her family, who want to express thanks to everyone for the love, prayers and support,” said the statement from Lovato’s representative. “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.”
The entertainer has previously struggled with drug issues in the past, dating back to when she was on the Disney Channel. The Los Angeles Fire Department confirmed, that a 25 year old woman was transported to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. She is now stabilized, conscious and breathing normally.
All of this happened, after Demi previously mentioned that she was suffering from substance abuse. Her song titled “Sober” was released about a month ago. Many are upset to hear the news about her addictions. Specifically, it is not known exactly what medications she was on helping her to deal with her addictions. However, she has been trying to get better for a while now.
Pressures can be high on those in Hollywood. Demi has previously spoken candidly about her addictions to alcohol and cocaine. She also has battled against an eating disorder as well. Mentally, she has had some health issues as well to deal with.
Demi first started showbiz when she was only 10 years old. She appeared as a regular on the television series “Barney & Friends.” This later led to other appearances on series like “Prison Break” and “Just Jordan”. She also appeared on the Disney Channel show “As the Bell Rings.”
With her musical career, hit singles such as “Skyscraper” and “This Is Me” helped to establish the pop princess. Fans, family and friends all wish her the best as she recovers from the near fatal incident.