Demi Lovato was seen being helped by a friend out of a nightclub in West Hollywood alongside rapper G-Eazy in the early hours of Saturday.
The 25-year-old Skyscraper singer looked a little worse for wear on an evening out with pals, sporting a tight pair of jeans complete with silver stilettos and a casual denim jacket draped on her shoulders.
Just three days later, the star collapsed at her home after reportedly overdosing on drugs.
The Sorry Not Sorry singer’s representative released a statement following her hospitalisation on Tuesday, revealing that her family were by her side.
Speaking to Variety, they said: “Demi is awake and with her family who want to express thanks to everyone for the love, prayers, and support.
“Some of the information being reported is incorrect and they respectfully ask for privacy and not speculation as her health and recovery is the most important thing right now.”
Demi Lovato bursts into the world of showbiz in 2008 after landing a role on Disney’s Sonny with a Chance alongside Selena Gomez [Getty]
Law enforcement have reportedly told TMZ that the singer was taken to a Los Angeles hospital.
Their sources report that she was transported from her home in the Hollywood Hills after being found unconscious.
While initial reports suggested the Disney favourite had overdosed on heroin, friends close to the star have denied that she took the drug.
The 25-year-old singer rose to fame on Disney Channel’s Camp Rock in 2008, where she met her former boyfriend, Joe Jonas.
Demi has been open about her addictions in the past, admitting herself to a treatment centre in 2010 at the age of 18.
In an interview with New York Magazine, Joe previously spoke out about their short-lived relationship back in 2010 – and revealed he saw her struggles first-hand in a candid interview.
“One relationship that meant a lot to fans was the one I had with Demi Lovato, who I’ve known for years,” he said. “We had been friends forever, we were both Disney kids – we eventually dated for a month.
“I really got to know her and got to see the ins and outs of what she was struggling with, like drug abuse.
“I felt like I needed to take care of her, but at the same time I was living a lie, because I wasn’t happy but felt like I had to stay in it for her, because she needed help.”