How Wilmer Valderrama Is Staying Involved in Demi Lovato’s Recovery

Calvin Saunders
August 17, 2018

The disgusting night took the darkest turn after Demi smoked the Oxycodone laced with fentanyl and went to bed.

As RadarOnline.com readers know, fentanyl was the drug that famously killed Prince in what police described as an accidental overdose on April 21, 2016.

According to "sources with direct knowledge" who spoke to TMZ, Lovato called her dealer the morning of July 24 following a house party in West Hollywood.

Demi Lovato's near-tragic death day began around 4 AM after the "Sober" singer started texting a drug dealer to stop by her home. She then spent two weeks in a rehab facility. It's tough to imagine this report coming from anyone other than the dealer or, at the very least, someone who the dealer had told the story to. But they've got this whole narrative about Lovato, after visiting a couple of parties one night, texted a drug dealer she'd been using for a few months.

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More details have emerged regarding Demi Lovato's drug overdose, which TMZ says was trigged by Oxycodone laced with fentanyl.

A source told E news that "She will be in rehab for several months and is doing an extensive program to ensure she gets the help she needs". All planned for this year's concerts demi Lovato cancelled, and social contacts, including with longing for her ex-boyfriend Wilmer Valderramas, is minimized. She "is really focusing on herself" and "her health right now", and her family is making sure they "eliminate all distractions".

Vitale released a statement on Instagram claiming she wasn't with Lovato when she overdosed, but many fans are blaming the dancer for Lovato's actions. 'And I now need time to heal and focus on my sobriety and road to recovery'. "It is something I must continue to overcome".

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