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Demi Lovato’s Family ‘Scared To Death’ Of Singer's Risky New Romance

Demi Lovato Family Scared Relapse
Source: MEGA

Dec. 11 2018, Published 8:30 p.m. ET

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Demi Lovato was beaming during a dinner date with fashion designer boyfriend Henry Levy in L.A. this week— a stark contrast to just four months ago when the troubled pop star nearly died from a horrific drug overdose at her Hollywood Hills, Calif. home.

Though Lovato may appear happier and healthier than ever with her new man, has exclusively learned her family is fearing the worst.

“Demi’s mother Dianna is scared, and believes Henry is no good for her right now,” a source close to the 26-year-old's family said.

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“Since she started seeing Henry, she has not been keeping up with her recovery commitments and seems to be falling back into her dangerous old L.A. lifestyle.”

According to the source, her loved ones fear Lovato “doesn’t understand the severity of her addiction,” and thinks fellow rehab vet Levy could lead her to a relapse.

“No one in the family trusts her with Henri at all,” the source insisted.

As reported, Levy has been in and out of rehab countless times over the past decade.

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In addition, he is also being sued by former employee Brandan Thompson, who accused Levy of drug use, fraud and failure to pay overtime wages.

An insider previously told that her family and friends initially convinced her to cut ties with him.

But she didn't listen for long.

"There is only so much her family can do," the source said. "The rest is up to her."

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