Demi Lovato is reportedly expected to leave Cedars-Sinai Medical Center sometime this week. However, earlier this week, the media outlet reported that members of Lovato's team, who allegedly staged an unsuccessful intervention just weeks ahead of her suspected overdose, had threatened to walk out of her life if she didn't agree to seek treatment.
TMZ reports that Demi Lovato was in such poor health when she overdosed that her assistant thought she had died. "He visits Demi every day he can, and has spent hours with her and her family".
Sources close to Demi told TMZ that her family waited to raise the issue with her after she faced health complications, which lead her stay in the hospital to be prolonged. He came into the home as her assistant screamed that Lovato was dead. She continued with outpatient treatment when she returned to Los Angeles in 2011.
It's unclear what drug or drugs she was using that night, as Lovato was reportedly uncooperative with authorities after she was revived at the scene.
The site added that paramedics administered Narcan, an overdose reversal drug that is used to reverse opioid overdoses, upon arriving at Lovato's home.
Recently, it was reported that Demi - who revealed in new track "Sober" in June that she had relapsed after five years of sobriety - was "serious about her sobriety", and is planning to "do whatever it takes" to get sober.
Lovato's upcoming tour dates have not been cancelled at this time, according to her website.
They said: People in contact with her have not even broached the subject of rehab, because she's still not out of the woods after her overdose a week ago. Her family hasn't left her side and have consulted with several people to figure out what the best plan of action is.