Demi Lovato's desperate to sell the home she overdosed in and is even willing to drop the price, an source reveals exclusively to RadarOnline.com!
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The 26-year-old singer nearly died in the 5,000 plus square foot Hollywood Hills mansion of an apparent overdose on July 24 and is now in a rush to sell the home.
"She’s rather eager to sell and there might be a little wiggle room in the price,” a source told Radar exclusively.
Lovato paid $8.3 million for the 4-bedroom, 6-bathroom house in 2016. She's asking $9,495,000. She stands to make $1,195,000 if she gets asking price.
Radar readers know that two of Lovato's bodyguards began living in her mansion the day she was hospitalized. They were "blindsided" when they learned she'd put it on the market.
“They both had no idea Demi was selling her home and were mad as hell,” one of Lovato's neighbors told Radar.
“Demi’s managers must have kicked them out because there’s been lot of movement and those two guys were loading boxes into their cars early this morning and haven’t been back since.”
Radar has learned nearly all of Lovato's personal belongings still remain in the house and that she's very selective of who the potential buyers might be.
"She just wants to be sure that whoever is coming to view the home is a serious buyer and not walking through just to walk through," the source who's familiar with the sale adds. "It’s quite typical for homes in this price point to vetted for qualified buyers." Many people in Lovato's circle will be happy when she gets rid of her party house, particularly her mother!
“It was her family’s decision to get rid of that house,” another source told Radar.
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“Dianna told her that if she does not want to cooperate and listen to her, she could consider going after conservatorship again.”
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