Demi Lovato had reportedly partied all night before her overdose Tuesday—and the people who celebrated with her are said to have fled the scene before help arrived.
Law enforcement sources told TMZ the singer’s team, not partygoers, were present when EMTs and police came to tend to Lovato, 25.
Additionally, a source divulged to Us Weekly that two of Levato’s friends not only called 911 and stayed with the singer but swiftly provided her with Narcan, a drug that treats narcotic overdoses, which possibly saved her life.
“One of her friends had Narcan on hand in case something like this happened. Her friends knew this was coming because she’s been using so much again. They were up all night partying the night before at her house,” the source revealed. “Luckily, the Narcan worked and she will recover.”
A source told People that Lovato is “stable” after being rushed from her Hollywood Hills home Tuesday following an apparent overdose. Conflicting initial reports, sources insisted to The Blast that Lovato didn’t overdose on heroin but on other subsances—one of which was methamphetamine.
The Blast noted that Lovato using meth doesn’t explain why she was reportedly unconscious when paramedics arrived. Moreover, law enforcement sources told the tabloid that responding officers found drug paraphernalia and “drug remnants” around Lovato’s home.
Lovato is said to not be in any legal trouble and there is no criminal investigation related to this incident.
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