Yesterday, Demi Lovato returned to social media, but he does not seem ready to return to life as a big star.
TMZ reports that the singer will still spend some time at the Los Angeles home, where he can be around counselors and other people who are in recovery. According to TMZ, will be at a sober home three days a week. The rest of the time will take place in a private house in L.A.
Three months ago, Lovato suffered an overdose of a drug that could have been fatal. It was unconscious in her home and like Huffington Post reports, went into rehab shortly after a two-week stay at the hospital. Lovato is open about her addiction struggles, and she has her third degree in rehabilitation.
"I've always been proud of her addiction travel," Lovato wrote in Instagram in August. "What I've learned is that the disease is not something that disappears or disappears over time. This is something I have to continue to overcome and have not done yet."
As TMZ reports, the "Confident" singer has recently been observed for the first time since he entered rehabilitation. Lovato was photographed at the popular celebs restaurant in L.A with fashion designer Henry Levy. According to Tonight is fun, Levy allegedly Lovato's "sister friend".
"Henry and Demi met a few years ago in rehabilitation," the source said ET, "Immediately they went out and became quick friends." Henry seriously understands his secret life, and when Demi unfortunately recovered again, they had lost contact for some time.
Levy is a designer behind the label Enfants Riches Déprimé, meaning "Rich Depressed Kids". In the previous interview with A complex journal, Levy admitted he had fought with addiction since he was a teenager. He entered rehabilitation at the age of 15 and discovered that he appeared several times in his life, which sounds like the story of Demi Lovato. It makes it sound like someone who could help her keep her treasure.
"Henry is just that friend of Demi, he's a perfectly sober friend for her" Entertainment Tonight the source added. "Her friends feel that she has a positive influence on her."
Despite her recent health challenges, Lovato made time for voting in mid-term elections and encouraged her fans to do the same.
"Thank you for coming back in time to vote!" She wrote in the cover of her photo at the polling station. "One voice can make a difference, so make sure your voice is heard!"