Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Demi Lovato Injured Again

Eighteen-year-old Camp Rock Disney star Demi Lovato was recently spotted with an ankle brace on her left foot bandaged tightly in LAX airport.

Barely two months after getting out of rehab after dealing with “personal issues” she sent a video message to her fans thanking them for their support while she was in the hospital for about three months and letting them now she’s excited in returning to work. Reasons ranging from substance abuse, eating disorder, cutting and others were speculated as the cause.

This latest photograph of Demi with another injury besides the then much caught-scars due to cutting certainly might put a dampener on the hopes of her fans. In a rare move of Disney they expressed support, best wishes and assurances that Demi can go back to Sonny with a Chance now temporarily named So Random after her treatment. Disney talents are known for the termination clause on their contracts once the Disney image had been compromised.
Though there’s no official explanation yet on why she was wearing that ankle brace Demi seemed hesitant to have her photograph taken.
Joining Demi in the picture was her younger half-sister, Madison De La Garza, known as Juanita Solis (daughter of Eva Longoroia) on Desparate Housewives.
Admittedly a victim of bullying when she was younger Demi had to be home-schooled because of this. Though the timing of letting the world know of the real reason or reasons for her rehab isn’t yet favorable on her part Joe Jonas’ ex was bravely quoted in being able to “raise awareness” to help other sufferers at the proper time.

It was on the first day of November last year when Demi left the Jonas Brothers’ Concert Tour as their opening act to “seek medical treatment for emotional and physical issues” she is dealing with “for some time”. This was after she punched a back-up dancer. Settlement was done off-court.
As to her inpatient treatment that ended on January 28 it had been announced that she would “continue to see doctors” to help her with the issues she confronted while in treatment.

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