Demi Lovato has agreed to enter rehab just a week after allegedly suffering a drug overdose, according to a new report. TMZ reported on Thursday that the singer had decided to enter rehabilitation, and plans have already been made with the facility.
The website says Demi is set to enter a live-in rehabilitation facility directly from the hospital.
The singer is allegedly very sick, and her family have delayed bringing up the topic of rehab with her for days over fears it would trigger a conflict.
‘She’s getting out any day now,’ a source told the website.
The Sorry Not Sorry singer, who allegedly nearly died following a drug overdose last week, could be released ‘this week’, TMZ recently reported.
The gossip site also reported that the 25-year-old’s entourage have threatened to quit if Demi doesn’t check herself into rehab, saying ‘She could die if she doesn’t, and that’s not going to be on my watch that we did nothing.’
The Confidence crooner has been under medical supervision for over one week.
Demi is still recovering in Cedars-Sinai hospital in Los Angeles as she suffers from a very high fever and extreme nausea.
And friends have told People that they think the only way Lovato can get better is to completely quit show business. ‘She needs to get out of this whole system that she has been in since she was 13,’ says a friend.
Demi started working for Disney as a child. The pal added, ‘Demi never had a day off.’
And another source said that her mother Dianna De La Garza, who has been looking after her, has no power in the star’s world because Demi earns her own money and does what she wants.
‘Dianna loves her daughter and wants her to get better. But if she wants to survive, she needs to get out of this business. Right now her health and her life are at stake,’ said the friend.
Also by her side is ex Wilmer Valderrama who has visited her nonstop and been ‘a rock’ for her.
The source added that Demi will have to make some good decisions: ‘In the end she has to want to get help. She can’t be forced into treatment. It won’t work.
‘It’s too soon to say what the next steps are in terms of treatment. Everyone just wants to help get her to a health place.’