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Downward Spiral: Demi Lovato Fires More Staff, Shuts Down Website Amid Relapse

Feb. 25 2019, Updated 11:53 a.m. ET

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UPDATE- After Radar's story was published on July 13, the star has since reactivated her website.

Demi Lovato continues to cut ties with her trusted circle of friends, RadarOnline.com can exclusively report.

Just weeks after confessing she relapsed on drugs and alcohol, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned the singer, 25, fired her online team and shut down her website!

As of publishing time, her personal site, DemiLovato.com, no longer operates.

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“Demi has gone off the rails,” a source close to the star told Radar.

The news comes after Radar exclusively reported Lovato fired her longtime manager, and severed her close relationship with her rehab business partner, CAST Recovery Center founder Mike Bayer.

“She’s completely dropped her family members, friends and everyone in the sober community, including all of the people at CAST," the source claimed. "And now she is cutting off her staff who have worked with her forever.”

After just wrapping up her world tour, Lovato — who prided herself on being a role model to millions of struggling fans — is actively promoting her new single “Sober” on her social media pages.

“She is making money off her relapse," fumed the source. "But she is a walking contradiction, because she is does not have a game plan to get clean right now."

According to the source, when Lovato made contact with her L.A.-based circle of sober friends, they “suggested to her that she should get some help and go to rehab.”

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However, the star refused to check into treatment.

Sadly, Lovato seems to still be struggling, as the lyrics to her new tune “Sober” give fans a glimpse inside her dark downward spiral.

“Call me when it’s over, ‘cause I’m dying inside," she sang. “Wake me when the shakes are gone, and the cold sweats disappear. Call me when it’s over and myself has reappeared."

A rep for Lovato did not return Radar's calls for comment.

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