Demi Lovato has revealed painful new details about her 2018 overdose in a new trailer for her four-part documentary. Demi Lovato: Dancing with the devil, which premieres on YouTube on March 23rd.
“I had three punches,” she said in the trailer. “I had a heart attack. My doctors said I had five to ten minutes.”
“I crossed a line that I had never crossed,” she added.
Meanwhile, her friend actor Matthew Scott Montgomery, who is also interviewed for the documentary, says, “Are we talking about heroin? Do we do that “
To speak to Associated PressThe singer described the permanent effects of her overdose on her physical health. “I had brain damage and am still studying the effects today,” she said.
“I don’t drive because I have blind spots in my vision. I found it very difficult to read for a long time. It was a big deal when I was able to read a book, which was about two months later because my vision was so blurry was. “
In the trailer, Lovato goes into her decision to talk about her overdose in such graphic details. “I’ve had so much to say in the last two years that I wanted to be clear about what happened,” she continues in the trailer, adding, “I’ve had many lives. Like my cat you know I am in my ninth life. “
The singer “Sorry Not Sorry” has long been open to her struggles with sobriety and sanity. She was hospitalized in July 2018 after suffering “complications” from a reported overdose.
“My goal is to help people who were on the same path as me,” she said to the AP. “I wanted to set the record straight and reveal everything to my fans.”