[artist id="3079280"]Demi Lovato[/artist] has left treatment.
MTV News has confirmed that the teen star is already back in Los Angeles after seeking treatment for "emotional and physical issues." [article id="1651297"]She entered treatment[/article] back in October, leaving her tour with the Jonas Brothers early.
"Demi came back to L.A. earlier this week," a source close to the star told us. "She completed her prescribed treatment and an outpatient program near the treatment facility. For now, she is getting back to her regular routine and spending time with her family and close friends. Demi will continue to focus first and foremost on her well-being."
The source continued: "To that end, she will continue to see doctors in L.A. who will help her work on the issues she confronted in treatment. She is so grateful to all of her fans for their unbelievable support and looks forward to being able to talk to all of them very soon."
[article id="1654913"]Lovato was spotted near a treatment facility[/article] in Woodridge, Illinois, around Christmas when she took some time to celebrate the holidays with her family. Lovato entered treatment after a reported [article id="1653762"]incident with backup dancer Alex Welch[/article]. The two later worked out a financial settlement after the alleged incident left the dancer injured.
Despite the personal setback, Lovato has a big 2011 ahead of her, including work on a [article id="1655705"]new album[/article], a planned [article id="1654943"]tour[/article] and her hit Disney show "Sonny With a Chance." She also took home two [article id="1655397"]People's Choice Awards[/article] earlier this month.
"I wish to thank all the friends and fans who voted for me for the People's Choice Awards and the Hot Hits Hottest Teen Stars of 2010," she wrote on Facebook earlier this month. "I want to make sure my fans know how thankful I am for all their love, support and prayers during this difficult time. Thank you for standing beside me through it all."
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