Demi Lovato agrees to enter rehab after near-fatal overdose

Demi Lovato agrees to enter rehab after near-fatal overdose

TMZ reports: 'Demi was very sick and her family did not want to upset her with something that might trigger conflict'.

As we reported, the Sorry Not Sorry singer has agreed to go back to rehab following an apparent overdose at her Hollywood Hills house.

Lovato, who had reportedly been found unconscious in her room after a night of partying in celebration of a backup dancer's birthday, was not breathing when the assistant found her, and her pillow reportedly had blood on it, a sign of hemorrhaging.

We're still sending all our love and well wishes to Demi and her family at this hard time. It appears there was also vomit and her airways may have been clogged.

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It's believed the paramedics arrived and administered Narcan, which reverses the effects of an opioid overdose, before rushing the Sorry Not Sorry hitmaker to Cedars-Sinai hospital.

Another source told ET that Lovato was "experiencing nausea and fever" when she was rushed to the hospital last week.

More sources have apparently come forward claiming that Demi's family raised the issue of rehab with the singer directly, but waited until she was in the clear with her health. In June, she released a song called "Sober" about a relapse after six years of sobriety. "This is not anything that can be forced", a source tells People.

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