No legal probe against Demi Lovato's drug dealer
A source close to law enforcement said that Demi Lovato's drug dealer will not be questioned by police as an overdose is believed to be a medical emergency
Demi Lovato's alleged drug dealer, Brandon Johnson, will not face a police investigation after the singer suffered a suspected overdose in July. A source close to law enforcement said that Johnson will not be questioned by police as an overdose is believed to be a medical emergency.
Earlier, Johnson said that the Sorry Not Sorry singer had texted him at 4 am, asking him to come over, which he took as a request to bring narcotics, leading to his claims that they then smoked drugs together.
Johnson was arrested in March, after he was discovered with narcotic substances and $10,000 worth of cash and guns. He was later arrested in June for possession of cocaine, as well as driving under the influence of alcohol.
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