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Demi Lovato Has Reportedly “Gone Off The Rails” Following Her Relapse

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Her single, “Sober,” might be all over the radio right now, but now that Demi Lovato is open about her recent relapse, it doesn't sound like there's any end in sight. According to a new report from Radar Online, Demi is doing worse than ever and is reportedly cutting out her friends and former staff because of it.

If you're a fan of Demi's, you might have noticed that her website mysteriously went down before reappearing on July 13, and now, it seems like we might have part of the story of what happened. Sources close to the singer told Radar that she fired her online team responsible for keeping her website up and running, and that she's cut ties with her manager and the founder of the CAST Recovery Center, which Demi has partnered with in the past. According to sources, her addiction has reportedly taken a very scary turn.

“Demi has gone off the rails,” the insider told Radar. “She’s completely dropped her family members, friends and everyone in the sober community, including all of the people at CAST. And now she is cutting off her staff who have worked with her forever.”

If she really has cut off the people that are keeping her sober, that could be seriously dangerous for her health — especially if she's still in the midst of a relapse and will need positive energy around her if she wishes to get help again. And when she is sober again, burning these bridges could end up being something she truly regrets, and at that point, it might be too late to repair those relationships. But as the source said, at this point, it's not even clear whether or not she wants to be back on the road to recovery.

“She is making money off her relapse,” the insider added. “But she is a walking contradiction, because she is does not have a game plan to get clean right now.”

On Sunday, Demi was reportedly seen holding hands with G-Eazy after leaving a Los Angeles night club, so if she is cutting her old friends loose, it seems like she's making a few new ones at the same time. Hmm… We doubt G-Eazy, who frequently sings about doing drugs and getting high, would be the best influence.

So far, Demi has yet to comment on these claims herself, but if there's any truth to them, we're seriously worried. Relapse happens, but Demi has come so far from the days where addiction ruled her life. We just hope that she's okay and can be healthy again soon — and that she doesn't cut everyone out of her life who cares about her. If she wants to get sober again, she's going to need the support of the people who love her. Her fans are rooting for her!

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