Demi Lovato holds hands with a mystery man while leaving club at 2:30 am... and her fans scramble to find out who it is

Demi Lovato was seen holding hands with a mystery man when leaving the Warwick nightclub in Hollywood on Saturday.

There has been much speculation about who the man could be, with?UsWeekly?claiming at one point it was?29-year-old rapper G-Eazy; hours later, however, the article was taken down. Her fans went wild trying to nail down the man's identity with no luck. Fan Chillhill11 wrote, 'I hope the G Sleazy rumors are false.'

This follows a report that the 25-year-old Demi has been partying too much again.?

New love? Demi Lovato was seen holding hands with a mystery man when leaving the Warwick nightclub in Hollywood on Saturday. There has been much speculation about who the man could be, wit UsWeekly claiming at one point it was 29-year-old rapper G-Eazy

New love? Demi Lovato was seen holding hands with a mystery man when leaving the Warwick nightclub in Hollywood on Saturday. There has been much speculation about who the man could be, wit UsWeekly claiming at one point it was 29-year-old rapper G-Eazy

Could they be together? Lovato and G-Eazy are both at the top of their music careers.
But does that mean they will work out well together as a couple?

Could they be together? Lovato and G-Eazy are both at the top of their music careers. Soon after UsWeekly claimed she was with G-Eazy, they took their article down

According to,?Radar Online?'she's started drinking again'. At the Warwick, she left he nightclub at 2:30am after arriving one-and-a-half hours earlier.??

Demi dressed casually for the night out in a pair of dark skinny jeans an a cropped denim jacket.? She added a pair of stiletto heels to her look and accessorised with a small over-the-shoulder bag.?

The brunette beauty had her short locks styled out and sported a luminous complexion of makeup.?

Radar Online:?'She's completely dropped her family members, friends and everyone in the sober community, including all of the people at CAST Recovery Center,' an insider revealed

Radar Online:?'She's completely dropped her family members, friends and everyone in the sober community, including all of the people at CAST Recovery Center,' an insider revealed

Demi's outing comes after she was reported to be still drinking following her relapse, and 'has gone off the rails'.?

The Radar Online report also alleged that she had cut off ties with her family, friends, and had even fired her long term manager Phil McIntyre and several other staff members.?

'She's completely dropped her family members, friends and everyone in the sober community, including all of the people at CAST Recovery Center,' an insider revealed.???

And while she continues to promote her candid single Sober, another source called her 'contradictory' as she has no intention to get clean.?

They used to make sweet music together: G-Eazy with Halsey in March in Miami

They used to make sweet music together: G-Eazy with Halsey in March in Miami

'She is making money of her relapse,' they allegedly 'fumed'.?'She is a walking contradiction, because she does not have a game plan to get clean right now.?

Daily Mail has reached out to Demi's representatives for further comment.???

The reports come after the former Disney star thanked her 'fans, family and supporters' for their love.?

'To my fans, my family, and my supporters, the ones who never left me, you are my light,' she captioned a recent video, adding:?'I am forever grateful'.??

Demi's song Sober hears her sing: 'Mama, I'm so sorry I'm not sober anymore / And Daddy, please forgive me for the drinks spilled on the floor.'?

'To the ones who never left me / We've been down this road before / I'm so sorry, I'm not sober anymore.'

'And I'm sorry for the fans I lost who watched me fall again / I wanna be a role model but I'm only human.'?

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