According to new reports, Demi Lovato left the rehabilitation facility on Friday for treatment from an expert in Chicago, Illinois. TMZ claims that Lovato and her mom traveled in a private plane and arrived in Illinois on Friday.
An insider who spoke with Variety claims Demi is continuing to receive treatment from a specialist in Chicago who focuses, primarily, on mental health and sober living.
The singer will come back to the facility after her meeting with the expert. The 25-year-old “Sorry, Not Sorry,” singer, has been in rehab since Saturday.
As it was previously reported, an ambulance rushed Lovato to a hospital last month following an overdose and a relapse just after her celebration of six years of sobriety. In a post you can see below, Demi addressed the controversy for the first time.
Lovato was in the Cedars-Sinai hospital in Los Angeles for a couple of weeks recovering with her family and friends, before entering a rehabilitation facility last weekend.
For the most part, Lovato has been incredibly candid about her struggles with mental health issues and drug addiction. She released a song in June called “Sober,” that dealt with her fall back into old ways.
Interestingly, the song found its way again on streaming platforms and returned to a charting position on the Billboard Top 200 after the world discovered her condition.
Moreover, the star announced near the beginning of the week that she had to cancel her fall dates for her latest tour, Tell Me You Love Me. The singer was supposed to perform in six cities across the South American continent.
Demi has received acclaim for her honesty, including from her fans, who empathize with her story. In prior interviews, Lovato admitted that she had always had a morbid fascination with drugs, partly due to the struggles of her father.