July 17, 2012 01:00 PM by Lisa Princ
Demi Lovato sure wants us to think that she has fully regained a wholesome image, even going as far as to take down some hopefuls on FOX’s X Factor auditions, who were singing about bath salts. But rumor has it that the previously troubled teen may not be as clean and sober as she wants us all to think. More after the jump!
While Demi Lovato appears to have worked hard at gaining a new, more wholesome image of herself after all the drama, it may not be all that it appears to be. Despite a stint in rehab, sources claim that Demi is back to her ole drinking and partying self – she just knows how (and who) to hide it from. A source recently told Radar Online: “Demi has really busted her butt to get her career back after the incident with the Jonas Brothers backup dancer and rehab and stuff, but she’s not as sober as she’s leading everyone to believe,” adding that Demi is “still partying hard.”
A second source told the gossip site that Demi Lovato still parties and drinks, just not as much, and she keeps it within her close group of friends. That way, she won’t get snagged. Smooth move, Demi. This news comes a week after Demi reportedly booted some hopefuls from The X Factor, after they rapped a tune about bath salts. Can you say hypocrite?
Another source added: “She’s really excited about the gig on the The X Factor and is using it as a platform to push her clean image on the public, So she really needs to keep her partying under control.”
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