A Los Angeles police department spokesperson declined to name the individual who was transported to a local hospital. Officials did not reveal the identity of the woman, but multiple sources have confirmed it to be Demi Lovato.
At this time, all reports indicate that Lovato is alive, after receiving treatment at her home in the Hollywood Hills and then being rushed to a nearby hospital.
According to a People source, the musician is now "stable".
This report will be updated as more information becomes available.
Law enforcement tells the celebrity news site that it appears to be a heroin overdose. She had apparently been pushing away those with "her best interest in mind".
A month ago, Lovato released a new single called Sober. "Our thoughts go out to Demi and her family", the network said. Luckily, the Narcan worked and she will recover'. Unfortunately, Demi Lovato relapsed.
'I've never loved anybody like I loved Wilmer and I still love him, ' she said.
"Mental health & addiction are conditions that we need to treat with kindness, respect and privacy", another fan wrote.
"I love @DDLovato so much".
It IS possible, ' Demi posted in March, talking proudly about her incredible victory. The news was followed by the cancellation of tonight's episode of the Fox game show "Beat Shazam", which featured an appearance by Lovato.
She was also scheduled to perform at Echo Beach at Budweiser Stage in Toronto on Sunday, July 29 with Jason Mraz.
Demi later lived in a sober living facility for approximately a year after checking in in January 2013. "Her song ('Sober') is intense, but that's how she deals. She has to be brutally honest and put it out there so that she's not burdened with holding on to her struggles privately". "I'm sorry that I'm here again, I promise I'll get help/ It wasn't my intention, I'm sorry to myself", Lovato sings at one point.
She started again with a few lines before exclaiming "f**k, I forgot the words".
Although the former Disney star didn't elaborate on what caused her to relapse, the 25-year-old has been open about battling alcohol and substance abuse - namely cocaine and prescription pills - in the past.