Demi Lovato was reported to be "alert and responsive" and was surrounded by her family several hours after she was hospitalized in a hospital on Tuesday.
That says her representative, who also wanted to share the gratefulness of the 25-year-old singer for the "thanks" of everyone involved and support.
But in a statement, the representative also said that "some of the information reported is incorrect.
The agent would not say what information is wrong, but The Blast, TMZ, and other outlets reported overnight that a secret surrounds the type of drug Lovato used before overdose.
It was first used by Several outlets reported that heroin was the culprit, but The Blast and TMZ cite sources that insist the singers did not overdose heroin.
The Blast added that Lovato had steadfastly denied the use of heroin However, Lovato has been open in the past, including in her YouTube documentary "Demi Lovato: Simply Complicated" of 201
It has been Tuesday reported widely that Lovato, after her reported overdose, was given a dose of narcan, an emergency drug, to treat the effects of a narcotic n overdose.
Narcan is typically given as a nasal spray, according to people. This treatment may also counteract the effects of fentanyl and other prescription opioid analgesics.
Some reports said The paramedics, who arrived at 11:22 am, administered the drug after they found it unconscious.
But Us Weekly said that friends who had celebrated with her overnight admitted she is the narcan. One of the friends had emergency care and brought her "in case" to Lovato's house because after six years of sobriety, the singer had dropped out of the car and had been using drugs again. The Narkan revived them, a source told Us Weekly.
But The Blast said Lovato was "uncooperative" with responding paramedics. She also refused to name the drugs she had taken before they became unconscious.
TMZ confirmed that Lovato's overdose came after a party night that had started the night before in a restaurant where she and others had celebrated the birthday of one of their supporters dancers. But sources told TMZ that the partygoers were scattered when paramedics and police arrived at their home. However, Lovato's "crew" was present, although she would not give any information about the drugs she was taking, TMZ said.
Los Angeles police found drug paraphernalia and drug remains scattered throughout Lovato's home. But officers were unable to identify the possible drug residues.
Sources said the explosion that a nurse at the hospital informed police that Lovato had used methamphetamine in the period before the incident, said the shock. But it was not revealed how she might have used the drug.
What's pretty well founded is that Lovato addressed rumors of a relapse in her song "Sober," which she released last month. In the lyrics Lovato apologizes for disappointing herself, her family and her fans.
"Momma, I'm so sorry, I'm not sober anymore / And Dad, please forgive me for the drinks that are lying on the floor," Lovato sings on the track. "For those who have never left me, we've gone this way before / I'm so sorry, I'm not sober anymore."
Sources told Entertainment Tonight that Lovato has recently distanced herself from her close friends and said she "simply is not in a good place".
"Slowly, people who were important to her drift away from her because it was an unhealthy situation," source Entertainment Tonight said. "People stopped trying to work with her, and she ousted people who were really interested in her."
Other friends told TMZ that her overdose was not a shock to her because she had been "big" warning sign "for weeks that she was in serious trouble." The friends added that the characters over the days " One of these warnings was that Lovato had a big argument with her sober coach at the beginning of the month, accusing him of cheating on her.
Lovato was last seen at the California Mid-State Fair on July 22 in Paso Robles, where she "Sober", as well as her other hits "Give Your Heart a Break", "Sexy Dirty Love", "Sorry Not Sorry" and "Tell Me You Love Me."
She played Also next to her friend Iggy Azalea, who talked to Entertainment Tonight about Lovato's struggles and relapses, Azalea said she was proud that her friend had tackled her problems in "Sober."
"I was really proud of her she was honest because it was It's really hard to be honest with yourself, "Azalea told ET. "To be honest with the whole world (something to share) with which you have been very openly fighting, it is something that is very admirable, and I was very proud of her for writing this song and bringing it out."