One of TMZ's sources, said: "She could die if she doesn't, and that's not going to be on my watch that we did nothing". The outlet, which was first to report that the Sorry, Not Sorry singer had overdosed, reported that it was Demi Lovato's bodyguard that may have saved her life.
Another source told ET that Lovato was "experiencing nausea and fever" when she was rushed to the hospital last week.
Lovato is expected to be cleared to leave the hospital this week, according to Entertainment Tonight.
Sources with direct knowledge tell us, Demi's family has squarely raised the issue of rehab with her ... something they delayed for days because of the many complications resulting from the OD. She is starting to grasp the severity of what happened and that she nearly died."Adding, "She is scared and grateful to be alive". He came into the home as her assistant screamed that Lovato was dead.
Currently, Lovato is still in clinic Los Angeles, where he was taken after the overdose.More news: 20 dead as WWII vintage plane crashes into Swiss mountainside
Earlier this week, the Inquisitr shared that Demi's friends and family have surrounded her at the hospital in hopes that she would feel love and support and hopefully make the decision to enter rehab.
Lovato's upcoming tour dates have not been cancelled at this time, according to her website.
She has a strong desire to live and to get back on her feet, hence she has agreed to go to the rehabilitation center and seek a treatment. For a long time she led a sober lifestyle, but recently returned to his harmful habit.
The pop star's rep confirmed last week that she was "awake and with her family", but said some of the information out there about her client was inaccurate and urged people not to speculate.