Demi Lovato experiencing 'complications' in hospital

Demi Lovato experiencing 'complications' in hospital

Demi Lovato remains hospitalized after being admitted to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center one week ago following a scary drug overdose.

According to TMZ, a source with "firsthand knowledge" told them the Sorry Not Sorry singer is suffering extreme nausea and a high fever, which is believed to be related to her apparent overdose. "I have not said anything about this situation now because her recovery has been of the most importance", Vitale wrote on Instagram on Sunday.

"Like all of you, I have nothing but love in my heart for her", Vitale continued.

"Demi doesn't want to die and she's very grateful to be alive".

"There is no need for any negativity towards the ones who care about Demi".

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The Sorry Not Sorry hitmaker battled substance abuse as a teenager, and had been sober since 2011. Lovato and those who were at the house refused to disclose the drug or drugs that caused her to overdose. A number of music stars like Ariana Grande and Kesha also sent their love to Lovato on social media.

"Dianna is talking about getting a conservatorship because she does not trust Demi with anything at the moment".

Doctors have not decided when she can be released from the hospital, but one source told TMZ that, "She is under the care of medical experts and is expected to make a full recovery". Her extended stay is being attributed to "complications" during her treatment.

In her YouTube documentary released past year called Demi Lovato, Simply Complicated, she openly discusses her cocaine use and battles with alcohol. "This is obviously a huge wake-up call", a source told E!

"This time, Demi didn't listen and Phil made a decision to part ways with her", the source added.

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