YouTube has made a decision to postpone production on a new Demi Lovato documentary. The singer and actress caused the situation herself as a cry for help. But after Vitale received a ton of backlash from Lovato's fans, who refer to themselves as "Lovatics", she came to her own defense by shutting down rumors that she had anything to do with Lovato's choice in taking drugs in an Instagram post.
"Demi is resting and getting better, while her whole family and Wilmer Valderrama are there to support her through her recovery".
The "Sorry Not Sorry" hitmaker had overdosed last week in her Hollywood Hills home.
The Sexy Dirty Love singer was taken to Cedars-Sinai hospital last week, following a suspected drug overdose.
Though reports have indicated the overdose was heroin-related, a source close to Lovato previously told PEOPLE that it was not.
"She had two friends with her at her house that called 911". Meanwhile, YouTube has announced that they are still planning to move forward with the follow up to Demi's 2017 YouTube doco Simply Complicated.
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'I was not with Demi when the incident happened, but I am with her now, and will continue to be because she means the world to me just as she does to all of you.
"And you can live a great life", the 63-year-old actor added. Valderrama is reportedly devastated over his ex's relapse.
Discussing its follow-up, Daniels said: "The first doc went over so well, with her fans [.] that there was a clamoring for more Demi".
Earlier this week, the "Sorry Not Sorry" singer was reported to be planning on heading "heading straight to rehab" as soon as she's discharged from the hospital.
She is now still in the hospital, and it is still unclear whether the singer and Disney alum will be going back to rehab.