According to TMZ, Lovato's assistant was yelling, "she's dead, she's dead", when Lovato's bodyguard arrived at the home. "She has to stay in the hospital for a few days more, but is expected to make a full recovery", a source close to her told the media.
Also, it turns out the 25-year-old's bodyguard might have saved her life during the July 24 overdose. Her family hasn't left her side and have consulted with several people to figure out what the best plan of action is.
Insiders told the site there was vomit and blood on Lovato's pillow, a sign of haemorrhaging.
Demi Lovato's assistant reportedly thought she was dead after she found the singer suffering an apparent overdose. It is the reaction and actions of the bodyguard demi, who quickly oriented in a situation and saved her life. Now that she is stable, her team wants it imperative that she go to drug rehabilitation center. She continued with outpatient treatment when she returned to Los Angeles in 2011.
When paramedics arrived, they administered Narcan, which reverses the effects of an opioid overdose.
One source tells the news outlet, "She (Demi) could die if she doesn't (go to rehab), and that's not going to be on my watch that we did nothing". The story very quickly becomes overgrown with rumors and, according to representatives of Lovato, is not quite true interpreted.