DEMI Lovato's documentary Dancing With the Devil premiered it's first two episodes on YouTube Tuesday, March 23.
The documentary revealed some shocking new details about the night of her near-death overdose and the months leading up to it including being raped the night of her overdose by her drug dealer, Brandon Johnson.
Was Demi Lovato's drug dealer arrested after her overdose?
In the first two episodes of Dancing With the Devil, Demi accused her drug dealer Brandon, of giving her drugs laced with fentanyl, taking advantage of her sexually, and leaving her for dead the night of her overdose.
However, Brandon will not be investigated for Demi's overdose because an overdose is categorized as a self-induced medical emergency.
While she did not name him or discuss any legal action that has been or will be taken, Brandon has admitted to being with Demi that night.
A month before Demi's overdose, was arrested in North Hollywood, with opiates, a completely stacked self-loader handgun and $10k in his pocket, according to reports.
Then in September of 2018, he had a warrant out for his arrest after missing his court date for his arrest in June for possession of cocaine and a DUI.
In 2019, he faced three misdemeanor counts for shoplifting and possession of heroin and ketamine after allegedly trying to steal some designer product from a Macy's in the San Fernando Valley.
What was Demi Lovato and Brandon Johnson's relationship?
Brandon was Demi's drug dealer for several years before her sobriety at age 19.
In 2018, on the first night that she gave up her sobriety, she went to a party and reconnected with Brandon.
When he did not have Xanax and cocaine, which was Demi's original vice, he offered her meth and heroin which she accepted and began using for several months.
Brandon claims that Demi and he did drugs together many times and had a sexual relationship but her friends deny the sexual relationship.
When Demi was at the hospital she was asked if she had consensual sex the previous night and said yes at first when she remembered a flash of a memory of having Brandon on top of her.
In the documentary, Demi admits that it took her time to admit to herself that she had been raped saying: “It wasn’t until maybe a month after my overdose that I realized, ‘Hey, you weren’t in any state of mind to make a consensual decision,'” she recalls.
Demi admits that as an attempt to get “the power back” she called Brandon and told him: “I’m going to f–k you," but now regrets this.
What happened on the night of Demi Lovato's overdose?
On July 24, 2018, the morning of Demi's overdose, the singer texted Brandon asking him to come over at 4 am.
After Demi's night of drinking, the two took a mix of drugs including heroin and Oxycodone pills which were later discovered to be laced with fentanyl.
Surveillance footage shows Brandon casually strolling out of Demi's house in the morning when he claims that Demi was sleeping peacefully.
However, a few hours later Demi was found by her assistant, Jordan Jackson, naked and unconscious in her bed laying on her back in a pool vomit.
Her body turned blue and she had to be revived by paramedics using Narcan.
Demi has had a miraculous recovery but was left with brain damage and blind spots in her vision causing her to never be able to drive again.
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