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Ticking Time Bomb! Demi Lovato Shutting Out Family & Friends For Shady New Boyfriend

Demi Lovato Boyfriend Henry Levy
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Jan. 8 2019, Updated 1:29 p.m. ET

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Demi Lovato’s relationship with fashion designer Henry Levy is a ticking time bomb, RadarOnline.com has learned.

Since Lovato, 26, and Levy arrived back in Los Angeles after a New Year's Eve trip to Aspen, Colorado, the singer has been "shutting out her friends and certain family members," a source exclusively claimed to RadarOnline.com.

According to the source, the singer is avoiding "anyone who tries to come in between her and Henry, basically.”

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“She is not playing her recovery well right now. Demi is so head over heels in love with this guy, so she thinks, that she is blind to anyone’s criticism or suggestion," the insider claimed.

“She is spending all of her time with him and claims that they are each other’s sober companion when, in fact, everyone thinks they are going to be each other’s downfall,” the source told Radar.

According to the insider, Lovato’s mother, Dianna Hart — who has been outspoken about her daughter’s long road to recovery since overdosing on drugs at her Hollywood Hills, California, home on July 24  — is at “wits end” with Lovato over her newfound love for Levy.

And for good reason!

As Radar exclusively reported, Levy was accused of stealing money from family and friends in a bombshell lawsuit.

Former employee Brendan Thompson of Levy’s clothing company, Enfants Riches Déprimés, sued Lovato’s man on July 25, 2018. In the complaint, he accused him of drug use, racist remarks, fraud, failure to pay overtime wages, defamation and more claims.

In Thompson’s amended complaint filed on December 14, 2018, the ex-employee accused Levy of being involved in an “illegal course of conduct.”

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“The conduct involved stealing money from family, friends, clients, vendors and various third parties, by authorizing and performing fraudulent credit card transactions,” the amended complaint read.

The case remains ongoing.

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