Demi Lovato is out of danger and was discharged from the Cedars-Sinai hospital last week. A source informed E-News that the star would have to go through a rehabilitation program for addiction. The 25-year-old is currently in California where she is being treated for sobriety, mental health, and wellness by a therapist.

Smoked the deadly concoction that killed the prince

Demi had smoked a lethal combination of Oxycodone laced with fentanyl on July 24 when she was found unconscious at her mansion. It is the same combination which took the life of Prince.

The singer has said that she wants to pull herself out of the rut of addiction she has found herself in.

Demi has canceled the remaining tour performance in her “Tell Me You Love Me” tour. She has also stopped socializing and kept her social contact at the barest minimum.

The singer has also limited her contacts with ex-boyfriend Wilmer Valderrama, who also paid a visit to the hospital where the singer was recouping from extreme nausea and fever. There was speculation about which drug, the singer had used.

Initially heroin was suspected followed by, and finally, it was revealed that the singer had taken an overdose of oxycontin, whose most popular brand is Percocet and it was further laced with fentanyl.

Drug Dealer absconding

Lovata had contacted a drug dealer after partying in WeHo after a birthday party.

The drug dealer who is well known for buying questionable products from Mexico and the stuff he shared with the singer was laced with Fentanyl, the same substance that caused the deaths of both Lil Peep and Prince.

The drug dealer fled when he found the singer laying on the bed and breathing heavily. The star was using his services since April.

Demi Lovato was immediately taken to a hospital where she was treated for her state caused by the drug overdose. She has now regained her strength and enters the most crucial phase of rehabilitation.

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