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Demi Lovato's friend asked for ‘no sirens’ in 911 call

27 July 2018

Conflicting reports claim there were two different ways the singer received the drug - one report alleges it was the paramedics who administered it; another claims it was her friends inside the home who gave it to her.

The operator also tells the caller that it would be helpful to gather the victim's medications. She went on to become a multi-platinum pop star, launching Top 10 hits like "Sorry Not Sorry", "Skyscraper", "Heart Attack".

"I was going to the airport and I had a Sprite bottle just filled with vodka and it was just 9 in the morning and I was throwing up in the vehicle and this was just to get on a plane to go back to L.A.to the sober living house that I was staying at", Lovato said.

"Wait, no sirens, please, right?"

In audio obtained by TMZ Thursday, Lovato's assistant alerts the male dispatcher of the incident while requesting him to tell paramedics to shut off the sirens.

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"I don't have control over that", the dispatcher said.

Lovato was scheduled to appear on Fox game show Beat Shazam on Tuesday night at 7, but Fox sent out a statement that "in light of recent reports, we have chose to replace the episode of Beat Shazam with another all-new episode".

Fox released a clip of the show (which they have since taken down) in which Demi Lovato's music is a category.

Demi Lovato isn't in the clear just yet. Unfortunately, Lovato reportedly rejected her loved ones' help.

The emergency came after Demi was out partying through the night, after celebrating a friend's birthday on Monday.

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While most celebrities tend to hide their struggles with drugs and battles with depression, Demi Lovato not only acknowledged her issues, she's shared them with the world.

She spoke of how she first took cocaine at the age of 17, while starring in kids" TV programme "Sonny With A Chance'.

Now that she's recovering in hospital, sources close to her are telling media outlets that she didn't overdose from heroin.

She has recently released a song called "Sober", in which she admitted to recent relapse in her sobriety.

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Demi Lovato's friend asked for ‘no sirens’ in 911 call