It seems that Demi Lovato's relationship with Henry Alexander Levi warms up. The two approached together as they went to the AA meeting after a sweet coffee date.
Demi Lovato, 26, i Henri Levi were noted to catch coffee in West Hollywood on November 4, according to TMZ, one day after they were observed holding their hands at the Beverly Hills restaurant. Coffee was not the only thing that plagued LA streets, because the PDA between these two was warm and sweet. Pictures – Which can be seen here – show that these two have become very close, as Demi and Henri circled one another. After this coffee meeting, sources tell TMZ that Demi and Henri went to the AA meeting that night.
Henri, who founded the Elfants Riches Deprimes label in 2012, has been in rehabilitation outside and since he was a teenager, according to TMZ. Two reportedly met a few years back when both sought treatment for their drug-related abuse problems. Something has to be linked to each other, as they have come to see them by staying at the Matsuhis restaurant in Beverly Hill on November 3rd. Henry's fingers were around her, Demi's mouth was open with a wide smile. It was good to see her happy, after everything she had just recently.
Demi allegedly completed 90-day development in rehabilitation on November 3, three months after the nearly fatal overdose of July 24. After spending 10 days in the hospital, she checked in to the medical center in August and apparently ended her stay at the beginning of November. In addition to appearing at the Henri's restaurant, she allegedly saw her in Beverly Hills downtown over the weekend, and this coffee date before her AA meeting shows she seriously takes her seriousness.
While Demi has yet to talk about completion of rehabilitation, she thanked her fans after her death. "I've always been transparent about my addiction trip," she wrote on August 25. What I've learned is that the disease is not something that disappears or disappears over time. This is something I have to continue to overcome and have not done yet. … Now I need time to heal and focus on my sobriety and the way to recovery. The love you have shown to me will never be forgotten and I'm looking forward to the day where I can say that I have come from the other side. "