Demi Lovato's Bodyguard Credited With Saving Her Life

ARLINGTON TX- MARCH 25 Demi Lovato performs onstage during Beauty Kind Unites Concert for Causes at AT&T Stadium

Demi has reportedly agreed to check into rehab

Demi Lovato's next step after a life-endangering overdose that put her in the hospital last month appears to be a return trip to rehab.

People close to the 25-year-old told the singer that they would cut her out of their lives if she did not seek treatment after relapsing after six years of sobriety.

Multiple sources said that the singer agreed to go for a treatment last Tuesday.

Another noted "Because of what happened to Demi Lovato, Paris Jackson chose to return to the clinic where she was already in the hospital". Amid initial reports that she'd allegedly overdosed on heroin, conflicting stories surfaced claiming she'd used methamphetamine, leading to continued speculation that she'd taken multiple drugs.

Demi Lovato will reportedly be moved to a rehab after she gets discharged from the hospital, E!

After she's released, which could reportedly happen "any day now", she will go directly to rehab, the outlet reported. History quickly became overgrown with rumors and, according to the representatives of Lovato, was not entirely interpreted.

The bodyguard went to her side and gave her first aid before paramedics arrived. Our sources say there will be no transition ... it's right from Cedars to a live-in rehab facility.

On the track, she sings: "Momma, I'm so sorry, I'm not sober anymore / And daddy, please forgive me for the drinks spilled on the floor".

Though Lovato previously got treatment in IL, it's unclear where she'll be treated this time around. "We just don't know where her head is at".

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