He came into the home as her assistant screamed that Lovato was dead. He propped her up and tried to clear her airway to let her breathe.
And since her hospitalization, there's been reports that Demi has been suffering complications, so hopefully this new information means that Demi is finally on the mend and on the road to recovery.
According to one source, she'll be leaving Cedars-Sinai Medical Center "any day now" and will go straight to a live-in rehab facility, though the details of which one have yet to be revealed.
Another source says Demi's decision to seek treatment was encouraged by her family. "Demi was very sick and her family did not want to upset her with something that might trigger conflict".
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.
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Lovato has been in hospital for about a week. "This is not anything that can be forced", a source tells People.
Demi Lovato's staff were convinced she was dead after they found her unconscious last week.
The bodyguard went to her side and gave her first aid before paramedics arrived.
Lovato during the 59th Annual Grammy Awards in 2017. "I couldn't go 30 minutes to an hour without cocaine". We've learned exclusively that he's so grateful that she's accepting help after her alleged overdose!
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