Demi Lovato put her Hollywood Hills, Calif., mansion up for sale this week for $9.5 million — just weeks after the “Sober” singer’s horrific drug overdose. Now, as Lovato recovers from her relapse at an inpatient rehab, a family insider tells RadarOnline.com exclusively that her mother, Dianna Hart, has demanded her troubled daughter sell the house to keep her away from “druggie" friends. "She doesn't want them to know where she lives” when she is released, the insider said. Click through photos of the luxury home to find out everything there is to know.
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According to the listing on Trulia, Lovato bought the house in 2016 for $8.3 million — more than one million less than the current asking price of $9.4 million.
Since Lovato’s near-death overdose on July 24, her trusted bodyguards have been living at the 5,546 square foot home, which
boasts four bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms.
RadarOnline.com has learned from a family friend that Lovato’s mom, as well as entire family, urged her to sell the home because “they do not want her druggie friends knowing where she lives anymore.”
“They know that the house will be a trigger for her when she gets out, too,” the insider added.
As Lovatics know, the singer’s home has been plagued with drama since she bought it. In 2017, Lovato revealed that she was forced to leave the home after massive mudslides put the property in danger of sliding down a cliff.
RadarOnline.com previously reported that Lovato — who was sober for six years prior to her downward spiral — was left no other choice than to “cut everyone out of her life that is a bad influence" with the exception of ex-boyfriend Wilmer Valderrama. In addition, the source revealed that she is staying out of the spotlight for the near future.
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