Demi Lovato Is Out of Rehab 3 Months After Overdosing
And a source says 'she seems to be doing well'.
Demi Lovato is out of rehab, People confirms.
"She just got back to L.A. a couple days ago," a source says of the singer, 26. "She seems to be doing well so far."
Lovato was seen outside of Matsuhisa restaurant in Los Angeles on Saturday night, sitting beside clothing designer Henry Levy inside a car, TMZ reported. According to the outlet, the pair were smiling and laughing throughout the meal. (Related: Demi Lovato Will Offer Free Wellness Sessions at Her 2018 Tour)
TMZ also reported that Lovato was seen at a spa in Beverly Hills over the weekend.
All of Lovato's reported outings occurred over a week after the singer's mother, Dianna De La Garza, shared that her daughter has been sober for 90 days.
"Yes, she has 90 days and I couldn't be more thankful or more proud of her because addiction being a disease, it's work," La Garza, 56, said of Lovato during an appearance on Maria Menounos' Sirius XM show in late October. (Related: Demi Lovato Is 90 Days Sober-and Her Mom 'Couldn't Be More Thankful or More Proud')
Offering up her own insight into Lovato's recovery process in October, the singer's younger half-sister, 16-year-old Madison De La Garza, said her sister is "doing really well" as she continues focusing on her sobriety.
"She's working really hard on her sobriety, and we're all so incredibly proud of her," she said in an interview with the podcast Millennial Hollywood, adding: "It's been crazy for our family. It's been a lot."
On July 24, Lovato was hospitalized following an overdose at her Hollywood Hills home, which is currently on the market for $8.995 million. She remained in the hospital for nearly two weeks before being released to seek in-patient treatment.
The former child star has struggled with addiction, mental illness, and disordered eating for years. In 2010, Lovato entered treatment, where she sought help for bipolar disorder, bulimia, self-harm and addiction. She relapsed after she left the treatment center, then entered a sober living facility for a year. (Related: Demi Lovato's Health and Fitness Journey Will Seriously Inspire You)
If you or someone you know is in need of help, please contact the SAMHSA substance abuse helpline at 1-800-662-HELP.
This story originally appears on People.com by Maria Paquini and Melody Chiu.