Disturbing New Details Emerge About Demi Lovato’s Alleged Drug Dealer
It comes following reports that her drugs were potentially laced with deadly drug Fentanyl.
As Demi Lovato continues to seek treatment in rehab following her apparent overdose, disturbing new details have emerged about the dealer who allegedly provided the star the night she nearly died.
According to TMZ, Brandon Johnson was arrested back in March "with a stash of guns, drugs and cash, according to law enforcement. When cops picked him up in North Hollywood he allegedly had narcotics, a fully loaded semi-automatic handgun and $10k in his pocket."
"Officers then searched Johnson's home and say they discovered more guns, drugs and ammo. He was also arrested in June and charged with DUI and possession of cocaine," they added.
It comes after rumours emerged that Demi had texted Johnson at 4 am to come over on the night of the overdose, and the pair then freebased Oxycodone that was potentially laced with Fentanyl -- the same drug responsible for the deaths of Prince and Lil Peep.
It was also reported that Johnson reportedly fled the scene of Demi’s overdose after he noticed her in bed and breathing heavily.
She was discovered by staff at 11:30 AM and had to be revived with Narcan by emergency professionals. After spending two weeks recovering in hospital, the singer told fans she would be seeking help in a rehabilitation facility, thanking them for their continuous support via Instagram.