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Demi Lovato is advised of the withdrawal clinic, People confirmed.
"She just returned to LA a few days ago," says a source of the singer, 26. "She." seems to be doing well so far.
Lovato was seen in front of Matsuhisa in Los Angeles on Saturday night while sitting in a car next to clothing designer Henry Levy, TMZ .The couple smiled and laughed during the meal. (See also: Demi Lovato will offer free spa sessions on their 2018 tour)
TMZ also reported that Lovato was seen on a Beverly Hills weekend.
Lovato all reported more than a week after singer Dianna De La Garza's mother told her daughter had been sober for 90 days
"Yes, she has 90 days and I could not be more grateful or proud of her Addiction is a disease, it's work," said La Garza, 56, during a performance on Maria's Sirius XM show Menouno's end October. (See also: Demi Lovato is sober for 90 days – and her mother could not be more grateful or proud.)
She offers her own insight into Lovato's recovery process in October, the singer's younger half sister, 16 years old Madison De La Garza said her sister is "doing really well" while continuing to focus on her sobriety.
"She works very hard on her sobriety and we are all so incredibly proud of her," she said in an interview with the podcast Millennial Hollywood adding, "It was crazy about our family It has been a lot. "
On July 24, Lovato was hospitalized following an overdose at her home in Hollywood Hills. That's currently on the market for $ 8.995 million. She stayed in the hospital for nearly two weeks before being released to undergo inpatient treatment.
The former child star has been struggling with addiction, mental illness and eating disorders for years. In 2010, Lovato went to treatment, where she sought help with bipolar disorder, bulimia, self-harm and addiction. She fell back after leaving the treatment center and then entered a sober facility for a year. (Related: Demi Lovato's health and fitness journey will inspire you seriously)
Lovato announced that she had celebrated sobriety for six years in March – but only three months later she opened a relapse when she released her autobiographical single "Sober" , at 21th of June.
If you or someone you know needs help, contact the SAMHSA Drug Abuse Line at 1-800-662-HELP.
This story originally appeared on People .com by Maria Paquini and Melody Chiu.