Three Months After Demi Lovato’s Relapse, Her Mom Has Broken Her Silence On The Singer’s Sobriety

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Instead, Lovato decided to focus on her music career and found success with the songs “Skyscraper” and “Heart Attack.” More recent hits have included “Sorry Not Sorry” and “Cool For The Summer.” In addition, the star has appeared on Glee and served as a judge on The X Factor.

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Along with her music and television appearances, Lovato is known for speaking out about her experiences with addiction and eating disorders. In November 2010, aged just 18, she pulled out of a planned tour with the Jonas Brothers to seek treatment for “physical and emotional issues.” This followed an alleged altercation with a female dancer.

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Lovato then revealed that she had been struggling with bulimia and self-harm. Later it emerged that she had also been abusing alcohol and drugs. Diagnosed bipolar, the star spent time at a specialist facility in Illinois in a bid to beat her demons.

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