Demi Lovato's Mom Reveals She Learned Of Daughter's Overdose From TMZ

  • Demi Lovato's Mom Reveals She Learned Of Daughter's Overdose From TMZ

Demi Lovato's Mom Reveals She Learned Of Daughter's Overdose From TMZ

Lovato was rushed to hospital in July and later told fans on Instagram that she had learned that addiction is "not something that disappears or fades with time". But I said to her, "Demi, I'm here".

The site claims that the "Tell Me You Love Me" singer has been transferred from a rehabilitation center on the East Coast to a different location, where she's been for over a month in a group program. "She was in bad shape but I said to her, 'Demi, I'm here; I love you.' And at that point she said, 'I love you too.' So from that point on I never allowed myself to think that things wouldn't be OK".

Demi had previously been very open about her battle with alcohol and illegal substances - admitting she first tried drugs aged just 17-years-old. "He's seen her highs and lows, and has always been there for her, and he knows she needs him now more than ever". "I don't know if I'll lose him for the rest of my life".

"It's only when I'm lonely/ Sometimes I just wanna cave/ And I don't wanna fight".

"I just feel like the reason she is alive today is because of the millions and millions of prayers that went up that day when everybody found out what was happening", she said.

Watch the full interview with Dianna de la Garza below.

Lovato's mom, Dianna De La Garza, who recently spoke out on the singer's recovery, said the split was tough on her as well.

"We just didn't know for two days if she was going to make it or not", she continued, adding that Demi was held in critical condition.

De la Garza shared her story with Lovato's blessing, saying that she wanted to help raise awareness for the opioid crisis.

Wilmer Valderrama reportedly visited his ex girlfriend, Demi Lovato, weeks after her overdose.