Who got Demi Lovato pregnant? The shocking truth about the pop star's two sexual assaults
Back in 2018, the R&B star's drug overdose and close call with death made a lot of news, but new information has shocked everyone.
Demi Lovato is about to have a four-part documentary on the Internet, and her fans can't wait to get a look into her much-talked-about personal and professional life. Demi Lovato: Dancing With the Devil is a documentary about the 28-year-old singer's last three years, including her relapse, sobriety, being in the spotlight, and struggling with her relationships.
The YouTube Original is a sequel to the 2017 video "Demi Lovato: Simply Complicated," which has been watched more than 32 million times. Before the much-anticipated documentary hits social media, it had its world premiere at the SXSW Film Festival on March 16. There, Lovato and her close friends talked about a string of terrible events, including the singer's two sexual assaults.
Who got Demi Lovato pregnant?
Back in 2018, the R&B star's drug overdose and close call with death made a lot of news, but new information has shocked everyone. People magazine says that the singer of "Sorry Not Sorry" was raped when she was 15, which is how she lost her virginity. She also told everyone that her drug dealer raped her the night she almost died from an overdose. "I didn't just overdose. I was taken advantage of." Lovato said, "I was blue and naked when they found me. After he took advantage of me, he left me for dead. When I woke up in the hospital, they asked if we had done sex together with our permission. I had a flash of him standing on top of me. When I saw that flash, I answered yes. Not until a month after the overdose did I realize, "You weren't thinking clearly enough to agree on anything.""
The talented singer talked about how scary it was when she overdosed and when she was raped. Lovato was reportedly hooking up with the man who was said to have attacked her, but she had already made it clear that she wasn't ready for anything. "When I was a teenager, I went through something very similar. When I was young, I was raped. I was in that Disney crowd that said in public that they were waiting until they got married. I wasn't romantic the first time. She also said, "That wasn't the end for me—that sucked." Then I had to keep seeing this person, so I stopped eating and found other ways to deal with it."
What happened to the person on trial?
Lovato also said that her ex-boyfriend, who allegedly raped her to take her virginity, didn't even get in trouble for it. Lovato says in the docuseries, "My #MeToo story is me telling someone that this happened to me and they were never punished for it." She then said in the tell-all documentary, "They were never taken out of the movie they were in. I never spoke up, even though I always had something to say. "I don't know, I'm sick of talking."
Lovato continued by saying, "I called that person back a month later and tried to make it up to her by being in charge. All it did was make me feel worse. Both times were textbook examples of trauma, and I beat myself up for years because of it. This made it hard for me to accept that I had been raped when it happened.