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Getting Sober In Style! Demi Lovato Recovering At Luxury $60K Arizona Rehab

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Demi Lovato is willing to do whatever it takes to save her life — but she’ll have luxury accommodations while she’s doing it.

After overdosing on drugs, RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively that the 25-year-old “Sober” singer checked herself into an elite rehab center in Arizona.

As Lovato begins to battle her demons once again after being released from a Los Angeles hospital, the singer is dropping at least a cool $60k on the inpatient facility.

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Radar has chosen not to name the center, which offers a variety of treatment options for patients who have a dual diagnosis of suffering from alcoholism and addiction, as well as mental-health issues.

Radar was the first to report Lovato agreed to go to rehab following her horrific near-death drug overdose on July 24, where she was given Narcan to resuscitate her.

In addition to rehab, Lovato agreed to abide by a strict set of rules that were set forth by her mother, Dianna Hart.

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“Aside from ordering Demi to a rehab for no less than 30 days, Dianna also told Demi that she must have a sober coach for one year after she is released from treatment,” a source told Radar.

Demi will have to FaceTime with her mother every day and she she also has to agree to take random drug tests at any given moment for the next several years.”

Prior to checking into rehab, Lovato released a statement on her Instagram account, taking full responsibility for her actions.

“I will keep fighting,” she assured fans.

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