, and the 78-minute film explores everything from the singer's drug and alcohol addiction, to her bisexuality.Related: Demi Lovato Recalls Being Banned From Seeing Her Sister At only 25, the musician has lived "My first time doing coke I was 17, working on the Disney Channel and I was with a couple friends.I felt out of control with the coke the first time that I did it." Addiction, sadly, runs in her family."My dad was an addict and an alcoholic," Lovato says of her biological father.When he said Shorty, I remember thinking, I'm about to beat this bitch up. I thought ‘I have to have him,' but I was only 17 and he was like, 'Get away from me'… I think it was love at first sight, we connected on a level that I've never connected with anybody before, he was just my rock, my everything."' "I think my heart is always with Wilmer, I think it was with Wilmer, I think it is with Wilmer, I think it will be.She had already boarded the plane, I just went up to her and it was like a blur."' "I've never loved anybody like I loved Wilmer and I still love him… Because you don't share six years with somebody and not give them a piece of your heart and vice versa.
Her manager, Phil Mc Intyre, says she did interviews about her sobriety while high.I remember thinking in my head I felt a bit of pride about it, like selfishly maybe I was helping her [get] back to being the Demi we know and love. Rehab Didn't Work the First Time Lovato received inpatient treatment for the first time in 2010, but the incident with Welch led to a two-month "bender" when she was "using daily." At 18 years old, she says, "I just came to a breaking point; the next 12 months were extremely difficult." She left rehab with a "glow" that faded fast. "Nobody knew."One night, mixing cocaine and Xanax had near fatal consequences."I started to choke a little bit, and my heart started racing.I was very upset, now it was out I was on Adderall.The next day I was in a lot of trouble, I remember going to Kevin Sr.Directed by Hannah Lux Davis and filmed over the course of seven months in early 2017, it covers everything from her eating disorder to her sobriety, and even her first major heartbreak. She first drank alcohol and smoked marijuana, and she tried cocaine around the time she was working for the Disney Channel.Lovato's mom warned her the drug could stop her heart, but the actress says she "did it anyway," explaining, "I loved it.I paid for all the alcohol, someone ended up getting weed, I was on Adderall and we had trashed the hotel…The hotel was threatening us, they went to some of the dancers and asked what happened. Someone told Kevin Jonas Sr., Phil [her manager] and my dad…I remember thinking in my head I felt a bit of pride about it, like selfishly maybe I was helping her back to being the Demi we know and love.She's not going to do anything crazy, she'll be fine and then this episode happened." tour and I invited a bunch of people to dinner.