HOLLYWOOD HILLS, Calif. — Pop star Demi Lovato suffered an apparent drug overdose Tuesday and was revived by emergency responders at her home in Hollywood Hills, California, before she was transported to an area hospital, according to multiple news reports.
Update 10:50 p.m. EDT July 24: Lovato's aunt Kerissa Dunn said in a social media post that the singer is "awake and in stable condition" at a Hollywood area hospital.
Dunn asked for prayers and said “we almost lost her today” in reference to the apparent overdose that put the troubled star in the hospital.
Lovato, 25, reportedly suffered the overdose at her home in the Hollywood Hills just before noon and was treated with Narcan, a medication used to reverse the effects of an opioid overdose, before being rushed to an area hospital, TMZ reported.
People is reporting she's "Okay and stable," according to a source.
Lovato has battled substance abuse for years, including several stints in rehab.
Although she celebrated 6 years of sobriety in March, she admitted she relapsed in a song called "Sober," released in June. The single's release came two months after a photo of her appearing to hold a glass of alcohol at a party surfaced on Instagram.
I’m so grateful for all of the 6 year sober birthday wishes... it means more than you know. Truly. Thank you 🙏🏼 pic.twitter.com/zIr4XeeXVm— Demi Lovato (@ddlovato) March 16, 2018
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She performed the song Sunday at a concert with Iggy Azalea at the California Mid-State Fair.
Tonight I took the stage, a new person with a new life. Thank you to everyone who has supported me throughout this journey. It will never be forgotten ❤️ @rockinriolisboa pic.twitter.com/cv51ssaqu4— Demi Lovato (@ddlovato) June 24, 2018
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Lovato admitted that she started using drugs at age 17 in her 2012 documentary, "Stay Strong." She entered treatment for the first time at age 18 after a two month bender that included cocaine and adderall. She later relapsed again.
“I was using while I had a sober companion and I went through like 20 sober companions. I was either craving drugs or on drugs. I was not easy to work with,” Lovato said in her documentary. “It’s embarrassing to look back at the person that I was.”
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In 2016, she became co-owner of CAST Centers in Los Angeles, the same treatment center she went to when she was 18. She reportedly split from the center and her former life coach and CAST Centers founder, Mike Bayer, in 2018.
Kelcie Willis with the Cox Media Group National Content Desk contributed to this story.
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