Demi Lovato is revealing more of the brutal details of the night she overdosed, including a claim she was sexually assaulted by her drug dealer.
The ‘Sorry Not Sorry’ singer shared the heartbreaking story in her new documentary, ‘Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil’ where she describes the fateful night, saying she was given drugs that were laced — and the guy who delivered them “took advantage” of her while he was in her home.
The documentary features several of Demi’s close friends who describe the scary encounter and hours following the almost fatal overdose.
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“I didn’t just overdose. I was taken advantage of,” Demi says in the docuseries.
The docuseries premiered Tuesday at SXSW, and describes the incident in 2018, that almost took the young singer’s life.
In the film, the singer’s friend Sirah Mitchell says Lovato was given heroin “laced with fentanyl” that night — and claims the dealer “ended up getting her really high and leaving her for dead.”
“When they found me, I was naked, blue. I was literally left for dead after he took advantage of me,” Demi explained.
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In other words, Demi Lovato claims she was sexually assaulted by her drug dealer on the night of her near-fatal overdose — and the singer claims that when she woke up in the hospital she was asked if she had “consensual sex.”
“There was one flash that I had of him on top of me. I saw that flash and I said ‘Yes,'” she said. Adding, “It wasn’t until a month after the overdose that I realized, ‘You weren’t in any state of mind to make a consensual decision.'”
Unfortunately, according to Lovato, this wasn’t the first time she has been sexually assaulted.
“When I was a teenager, I was in a very similar situation, I lost my virginity in a rape,” Demi revealed.
The pop star explained she was “hooking up” with her attacker at the time, but was clear she “wasn’t ready” to have sex. “I was part of that Disney crowd that publicly said they were waiting until marriage. I didn’t have the romantic first time. That was not it for me — that sucked. Then I had to see this person all the time so I stopped eating and coped in other ways,” she said.
Shockingly, Demi says she disclosed the attack to “adults” but the person “never got in trouble for it.”
Demi’s docuseries starts streaming on Youtube, next Tuesday.