Demi Lovato’s Hospital Floor “On Lockdown” As She Recovers From Apparent Overdose

In the 24 hours following Demi Lovato‘s apparent heroin overdose, strict security measures have been put in place at the hospital where the singer is currently recovering.

An insider told Us Weekly that only the 25-year-old’s mother has been given clearance to visit her room.

“The hospital has placed two security guards outside of her room and has been instructed to not let anyone that Demi’s mom hasn’t approved to visit her,” says the source.

“The entire floor is basically on lockdown with the rooms next to hers remaining vacant to give her the upmost privacy.”

Lovato was reportedly rushed to a Los Angeles hospital before midday on Tuesday after suffering an alleged overdose and is now “stable,” a source close to the situation told PEOPLE.

In a statement to Us Weekly, the singer’s rep thanked fans for their love and support and stated that some information has been reported incorrectly.

“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.”

A representative for the Los Angeles Fire Department revealed to the publication that they “transported a 25-year-old female patient to a local hospital,” while the Los Angeles Police Department confirms both departments “responded to a medical emergency” in the area of the singer’s Hollywood Hills home.

TMZ obtained audio of the emergency call which reveals Lovato was unconscious upon their arrival and revived with Narcan — an emergency medication to reverse the effects of a narcotic overdose.

However, while TMZ reports the overdose is heroin related, a source close to Lovato claims that it is not, via PEOPLE.

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