Demi Lovato Hanging Out Again, Getting Coffee With Sober Buddy Henry Levy

Demi Lovato Hanging Out Again, Getting Coffee With Sober Buddy Henry Levy

Demi Lovato Hanging Out Again, Getting Coffee With Sober Buddy Henry Levy

But on Saturday night, the star was seen out and about as she ate sushi in a Beverly Hills restaurant alongside designer Henri Alexander Levy.

It is unclear whether Lovato has been permanently checked out of rehab or merely took a short break from the facility three months after she was admitted following a drug overdose.

A source added that Demi is out of rehab after becoming 90 days sober.

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According to a source cited by the publication, "Demi looked great and so happy to be out". "She was very relaxed and at ease".

The "Sorry Not Sorry" singer, 26, is back to enjoying her life in Los Angeles after seeking treatment, reports People. Insiders told TMZ that staying sober and healthy is her first and only focus.

Her mother, Dianna De La Garza, gave an interview last week, assuring fans that Lovato is now 90 days sober.

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The singer has always been public with her struggles with addiction, and after celebrating six years of sobriety in March, revealed in June via the lyrics of her song "Sober" that she'd relapsed.

We've learned Demi and Henry went to an AA meeting Sunday night - he's been in and out of rehab since he was a teen.

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