Losing Control – Dancing With The Devil is an YouTube Original, telling the truth behind what happened to Demi Lovato and her near death experience.
After Demi was hospitalized back in 2018 the documentary she was filming at the time was put on a permeant hold. She stepped away from the Hollywood spot light to take care of herself. Then filming stopped. They shot a whole documentary that will never be seen. As it should not be as she was in such a terrible terrible place.
Her overdose and current health were far way more important than the unseen 2018 documentary. This poor girl has gone to the edge and back. She was nearly 5 to 10 minutes away from death. Behind closed doors not a single person knew what she was dealing with. Now we do. She is opening up beyond belief. To the point of scary. 5 minutes from death: Dancing With The Devil.
According to an interview with TMZ, Demi says she should have died weeks before her near-fatal overdose. She was using a extremely frightening list of drugs when she finally relapsed. Demi reveals the night she ended 6 years of sobriety things went down hill and fast. She then began experimenting with drugs she’d never tried before. The list is massive. Including meth, that she mixed with molly, cocaine, marijuana, alcohol and oxycontin. That’s all in one night. The story is heartbreaking. She says, “That alone should have killed me.” But it didn’t, and Demi says weeks later she was introduced to heroin when her dealer didn’t have her usual “Coke and Xanax” cocktail for her.
Eventually, Demi says she was “physically dependent” on the drugs, while also abusing alcohol and hiding it all from the people around her.” Her YouTube channel features the first two episodes of Dancing With The Devil. It will change the way we look at not only her, but what can happen to those we love. She is a very lucky lucky one to survive what she has. Warning watch it at home you will cry. To watch her fall from grace to rise above is amazing. A heart attack, strokes, blindness, dialysis, addiction, and now her road to recovery. We are rooting for you Demi!
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