"Bruhh i already made a statement about this! i haven't gone back to rehab, or to any clinic. idk who chose to make this bull-- up for clickbait but it's annoying!"
But with that big move comes a big decision - is she going to rehab or not??
The 20-year-old actress and artist responded to false rumors spreading on the Internet that she was planning to return to rehab following Demi Lovato's hospitalization on her Instagram Story on Wednesday (August 1). That was just bulls-t rumors online. I haven't gone to a clinic. someone doesn't have to nearly die for me to know to be healthy, I've already had friends OD and die. that's enough for me'.
According to TMZ, sources with first-hand knowledge have said Lovato has "stabilised from her overdose", and that the plan now is to "get her out of the hospital this week". As you may be aware, she did open about her guilt before, in her song titled Sober.
"She could die if she doesn't, and that's not going to be on my watch that we did nothing."
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The two friends were safely pulled back to the shore, but Jones had not been seen since despite a massive search operation. Capilouto said university travel overseas officials are working to immediately transport Jones' family to Tel Aviv.
After she's released, which could reportedly happen "any day now", she will go directly to rehab, the outlet reported.
Reportedly, she nearly died! She feels demoralized after her embarrassing ordeal and never wants to feel this way again'.
Jackson later attended a "therapeutic school" in Utah, after which she said she came out "a completely different person".
Her team is reportedly making plans to send her to a rehabilitation center and want her to either get help or disassociate herself from them. As the singer waffles on whether she ought to seek further treatment or not, it appears that those who love her the most are ready to give her an ultimatum.
Lovato entered rehab for the first time in 2010, where she was also diagnosed bipolar and received therapy for an eating disorder and self-harming.