Demi Lovato’s friend helping her stay sober
The news about Demi Lovato and her addiction has been a big one, considering the fact that she is a big celebrity and so many people look up to her. Demi is not the only who is struggling with drug addiction. However, she is one of the very few who took the courage and accept help from those around her. Drug addiction treatment centers have been a big help to her as well. Now, her friend Henry Levy is helping to stay sober.
It’s said the 26-year-old star became friends with the clothing designer a few years ago after they met in rehab, and they were recently spotted spending time together three months after she was hospitalized following an apparent overdose. An insider told ‘Entertainment Tonight’: “Henry and Demi met a few years ago in rehab. They hit it off immediately and became fast friends. “Henry takes his sober life very seriously and, when Demi sadly relapsed, they lost touch for some time… Henry is exactly the friend Demi needs right now.
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The ‘Sober’ singer is said to have “dedicated herself” to a life of sobriety following several years of struggling with addiction, and is thought to be distancing herself from her old friend group who had “supported her precarious lifestyle” in the past.
A source added to ‘Entertainment Tonight’: “Demi has struggled for so long with addiction and her friends and family couldn’t be more proud of her work. This process has been incredibly beneficial to Demi in so many ways. She is not only clean and sober but she has an entirely new lifestyle.
“[She] has dedicated herself to her sober life and has surrounded herself with people in her program. She is avoiding those in her social circle that supported her precarious lifestyle. Demi deserves a partner who will help her continue to live a clean life and her family and friends feel she is choosing more appropriate friends.”
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