Demi Lovato’s Overdose Caused By Freebased Oxy Laced with Fentanyl, Allegedly

Demi Lovato’s Overdose Caused By Freebased Oxy Laced with Fentanyl, Allegedly

The drug was laced with an opiate, fentanyl - the same drug that killed Prince, Tom Petty and Michael Jackson, and is responsible for more than half of all overdose related deaths, including 20,000 deaths in the U.S. alone in 2015.

The cause of Demi Lovato's overdose has been revealed, reportedly.

25-year-old demi Lovato after treatment from the effects of an alleged drug overdose at the hospital Cedars-Sinai went for treatment in rehab. Unbeknownst to Lovato, the Oxycodone was laced with fentanyl - the same drug that killed Prince, Tom Petty, and rapper Lil Peep. 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. The dealer ran from her house when he saw that she was in bed breathing heavily. "The family tries to eliminate everything that might distract her from taking care of their health", shared an insider.

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According to TMZ, Demi Lovato freebased Oxycodone on tin foil with her drug dealer. She also canceled her remaining "Tell Me You Love Me" tour dates and has mostly stayed away from social media, as well as kept her social contact limited.

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. "It is something I must continue to overcome and have not done yet", Lovato wrote.

The trip was organized by the rehab center, and sources say Demi has been doing "much better" in the short time she has been "getting the help she needs". I have been doing this a long time and the most unsafe part about opiates is that you don't know what you're actually using.

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