Singer Demi Lovato has put her lavishing Hollywood Hills mansion for sale, the place where she overdosed drug and was hospitalized for 10 days.
Demi Lovato has decided to never return to her Hollywood Hills mansion since the day she overdosed Oxycodone at this residence on July 24 and was rushed to the hospital where she escaped her death by an inch. The former Disney star, 26, is selling her Hollywood Hills extravaganza mansion at the market price of $US9.45 ($A13 million).
Demi was found unconscious after overdosing on Oxycodone with the deadly substance fentanyl. She remained 10 days at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and headed directly to rehab after being released from the hospital. She never returned to the mansion after July 24 incidence.
The 5,546 sq ft property listed for sale on Monday morning, which consists four bedroom and five bathrooms. The swanky property also has a pool, bar, media room, and a sky lounge terrace. Lovato bought the house in September 2016 for $8.3 million.
“It took a long hospital stay and time to detox for her to get some clarity,” the source added. “She now [has] a plan to change, and everyone is breathing a huge sigh of relief. It has taken Demi close to two weeks to truly see herself. She has finally come to terms with what she’d been doing to herself and her body.”
After recovering from overdose, on Aug. 5, 26-year-old Lovato shared a heartfelt Instagram post and said:
Meantime, Demi’s closest childhood friend Selena Gomez responded over Lovato’s overdose and battle with addiction. She said she reached her friend Lovato in private.
“All I’m saying is, I reached out personally,” Gomez said. “I didn’t do a public thing. I didn’t want to. I … I love her. I’ve known her since I was seven. So … it’s … that’s what I’ll say.”