Demi Lovato Is 'Getting Better' In Treatment, Sources Say

According to reports, Lovato was visited by fellow Disney star Selena Gomez and is 'getting help' and 'getting better.'

Late Monday night, news broke that Demi Lovato would be leaving the Jonas Brothers' tour to seek treatment for some personal issues. And in the days since, she's gotten lots of support from Disney and some fellow Disney stars.

Now comes word that Lovato is "doing great" while in treatment, where she was reportedly visited by Selena Gomez.

A source told E! Online that the singer/actress is isolated at an unnamed treatment facility and it's still unknown when Lovato might leave that facility, since "it depends on the doctor's advice and how well Demi progresses."

"She is getting help and is on her way to getting better," the source told the website. "Demi is not receiving care at one of the Hollywood-type centers. She is at a real facility that specializes in helping adolescent and adult women with the types of issues she has battled throughout her life. Details about her care are going to remain private."

Meanwhile, her estranged father, Patrick Lovato, spoke to Usmagazine.com about his daughter saying, "I don't know how long it's going to take. It doesn't matter — as long as it's positive. The cutting thing is full of bologna. Demi would never injure herself. She's not into drugs or alcohol."

More details are also emerging about the altercation that Lovato reportedly got into right before she entered treatment. Lovato may have gotten into a fight with a dancer Alex Welch, who goes by the nickname "BGirl Shorty," People.com reports. Welch was a member of the Beat Freaks, who competed on MTV's "America's Best Dance Crew."

It seems that another one of Lovato's Disney pals, Cody Linley, is also reaching out to the singer; he released a video of his rendition of Bruno Mars' "Just the Way You Are," with a message for the "Sonny With a Chance" star. He wrote, "In our journey through life, we have obstacles to overcome. It is these experiences that shape you to be the person you are. I love you just the way you are. Love, Cody," dedicating the song to Lovato.

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