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Demi Lovato revealed she almost died from drugs and would smuggle cocaine onto planes just months before overdose

By adminvertexpublic / Published on Wednesday, 25 Jul 2018 21:02 PM / No Comments / 167 views


Demi Lovato opened up about the moment she almost died from overdosing on prescription drugs – just months before she was rushed to hospital for an overdose.

The former Disney star, 25, released her fiercely honest YouTube documentary in October last year, which revealed her struggles with fame, drug addiction and eating disorders.

Speaking specifically about her drug addiction, she said: “I wasn’t working my programme, I wasn’t ready to get sober. I was sneaking cocaine on planes. I was sneaking it in bathrooms, sneaking it throughout the night.

“I went on a bender of like, two months where I was using daily.

“I went on a bender of like, two months where I was using daily,” she admits

“I was using while I had a sober companion, and I went through about 20 different sober companions. I would sneak out and get drugs, I would fake my drug tests with other people’s pee.”

The star went on: “There was one night when I used a bunch of coke and I popped a few [prescription] Xanax bars, and I began to choke a little bit.

“My heart started racing, and I thought to myself, ‘Oh my God, I might be overdosing right now.'”

'Camp Rock' TV Film - 2008
Demi appeared alongside The Jonas Brothers in Camp Rock in 2008


The Jonas Brothers and Demi Lavato on GMA in NYC
The singer and actress also recalled the moment she punched her backup dancer back in 2010

The singer and actress also recalled the moment she punched her backup dancer back in 2010 after she revealed her Adderall use.

“In remember thinking ‘I’m gonna beat this b*** up,” she said.

Demi eventually got clean after her management team threatened to drop her.

“It wasn’t a matter of if they’re going to leave, it was they’re leaving,” she said. “‘There’s nothing more we can do for you.’”

Demi, who was sober for six years before her overdose, said the key to happiness is “to tell your truth and be OK without all the answers.”

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