The still-nameless documentary will “address exactly what happened” during his near-fatal overdose in 2018.

Demi Lovato’s new documentary will “address exactly what happened” during her near-fatal overdose in 2018.

The interpreter was brought to the hospital almost two years ago when she relapsed after six years of sobriety, and it has now been confirmed that her upcoming YouTube documentary, which is not yet titled, will address the “horrible” experience.

A source said: “Demi’s experience in 2018 was horrible and will continue to affect her for years to come, so she hasn’t yet felt able to speak about it correctly.”

“But he has written much of his next album about the situation and wants to address exactly what happened to him in hopes of preventing anyone else from having a similar experience.”

Demi, 27, is said to be “nervous” about detailing her ordeal, but she wants to talk about it in her own documentary so fans can hear it in her own words.

A source added to the Bizarre column of The Sun newspaper: “She has been nervous to talk about what happened because she does not want anything to be misinterpreted, so she decided that her own series would be the best way, since she will have the power to control exactly what is being talked about. “

According to the source, most of the documentary series “has already been done,” with plans to release it “this summer.”

Demi’s documentary was first announced last week, and it was said at the time that the four-part series will explore her life in the past three years, including her overdose and her journey back to health and sobriety as well. as key events including his historic performance of the National Anthem at this year’s Super Bowl.

For Demi, the series comes three years after she partnered with YouTube to release ‘Demi Lovato: Simply Complicated,’ which addressed her struggle with addiction and her initial journey to sobriety before her relapse in 2018.