Demi Lovato's Overdose 911 Call Has Been Released


The 911 call made from Demi Lovato's house after her suspected overdose has been released. In the audio, we hear Lovato's assistant talking with an emergency dispatcher. At one point we hear the dispatcher assure the assistant that medical crews are on their way and they should be hearing sirens shortly - to which Lovato's assistant replies, "Wait, no sirens, please." The dispatcher then explained that this was an emergency situation and he had no control over the sirens.

 It's assumed that the assistant didn't want to attract attention to the scene with sirens, but when someone's life is on the line, that won't fly with emergency responders. I can understand why Demi's assistant would request this but this goes to show you that no amount of fame or money makes you powerful enough to go above the law in any way. 

Demi is reportedly in "stable" condition. 

Demi's  tour is scheduled to resume September 20th in Mexico, with dates in Central and South America, but it remains to be seen if shes will be up for any or all of it.

Let's continue to keep Demi in our prayers as she continues this journey to recovery.



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