In 2018, singer Demi Lovato suffered a drug overdose, presumably heroin (although her official representative denied this then). Now the 28-year-old star is preparing to release a documentary film Dancing With The Devil, in which she will also tell about these events. In the trailer, Demi admitted that she almost died then.
I have had three strokes. I had a heart attack. The doctors said that I had five to ten minutes if they hadn’t arrived on time,
– she said.
Demi said the overdose had a profound effect on her mental and physical health. Its consequences still make themselves felt.
My brain was damaged, and I still experience the consequences of it. I don’t drive because there are blind spots in my eyes
– she admitted.
According to Lovato, she could not read for a long time, because everything seemed to her blurry and indistinct.
Still from the film
The film will feature not only Demi’s relatives, but also her colleagues and friends Elton John and Christina Aguilera, who will share their point of view on the star’s career growth and her desire to overcome her demons.
Recall that three years ago, Demi was found unconscious at her house by her friends. They gave her a drug, which is used as an antidote for drug overdose, and called doctors. In the hospital where the star was brought, she came to her senses.
For several months, Demi Lovato underwent a rehabilitation course and was treated for drug addiction. She recovered and focused on her health. It seemed that her personal life also improved – she began to meet with actor Mark Erich, who, a few months after the beginning of the novel, proposed to her. However, the singer never put on a wedding dress – they parted with her lover. They will also tell about the reasons for their separation in the film.