Demi Lovato's mom is talking about Demi's overdose


Demi Lovato

"It's still a really difficult thing to talk about," she said. "I literally start to shake a little bit when I start to remember what happened that day." That from Demi Lovato's mom, Dianna de la Garza in an interview with Newsmax TV. Dianna says she didn't even know, really, what was happening to Demi at first. She started getting texts and messages asking about Demi and sending messages of concern for the family. Then Demi's assistant called her and told her what happened. She said she was in shock. Dianna and Demi's sisters, Madison and Dallas headed to Cedars Sanai to be with Demi and what they found was not good. She just kept telling Demi over and over that she loved her, and finally Demi was awake enough to say it back to her. Dianna prayed that day and continues to pray that Demi as she works on her sobriety. Dianna also thanks all the fans who prayed, send messages of encouragement and have not turned their back on Demi. Dianna went on to say in the interview, "You don't see it coming, and that's the scary thing," she said. "The opioid crisis in America is at an epidemic level, and people don't understand that until they start researching it...After this happened, I started researching and looking into how opioids are killing our kids. It's happening, I think, it's every 15 minutes someone dies of an overdose. It's not just the kids, either—it's grown-ups. It's mothers. It's fathers." See the full interview here:


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