In a recent interview with Access Hollywood, actress, singer and former Disney star Demi Lovato was more candid than ever about her addictive behavior. Lovato conducted the interview with her mother at her side and opened up about things she said she has never spoken about before. Lovato said there was a point when her cocaine addiction was so strong she "couldn't go 30 minutes to an hour without cocaine, and I would bring it on airplanes." Lovato admitted her addiction made her good at manipulating people.

Lovato said she was able to hide her drugs as she went through airport security. "I would smuggle it basically and just wait until everyone in first class would go to sleep, and I would do it right there. I'd sneak to the bathroom and I'd do it," Lovato said. "That's how difficult it got and that was even with somebody. I had a sober companion, somebody who was watching me 24/7 and living with me. I was able to hide it from them as well."

Lovato told Access Hollywood's Kit Hoover that she hit rock bottom at the age of 19. Lovato said she knew she was at a low point the very last time she had a drink. "I was going to the airport and I had a sprite bottle just filled with vodka and it was just nine in the morning and I was throwing up in the car and this was just to get on a plane to go back to L.A to the sober living house I was staying at...I had all the help in the world but I didn't want it," Lovato told Hoover.

Hoover asked Demi's mother Dianna if she knew what was going on with her daughter. "It's like any other parent, when you see things, when you see signs you don't want to believe that's what's actually going on. So when they're telling you that's not what's going want too badly to believe them and I think for a long time I was in denial." Lovato said she eventually realized her behavior had gone beyond rebellion and just having fun. Lovato, now 21 said she realized she was an alcoholic.

As Lovato began to understand what she was doing she said she had a moment in which she said to herself, "wow I'm one of those people...I gotta get my s**t together." Lovato also spoke about her eating disorder which she said had been with her for her whole life. The first time the young woman acted on it she said she was eight or nine years old. Forceing herself to vomit would eventually cause enough damage to make her throw up blood.

"It got really difficult. I would throw up and it would just be blood and it was something that I realized if I don't stop this, I'm going to die," she told Hoover. Lovato's eating disorder was something she had in common with her mother. Dianna said she needed to work out her issues in order to set a better example for her daughter. "I had a terrible eating disorder that I had for many years and I didn't realize it and I had to face up to the fact that I was suffering as well."

Dianna admitted that her daughter's eating disorder was mimicking a lot of what she had seen growing up. Both women got the help they needed and said they came out the other side stronger for it. "I'm so proud of her it makes me so happy," Lovato said speaking about her mother. "I love her so much."

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