Demi Lovato Admits: I Would 'Smuggle' Cocaine On Airplanes (Exclusive)

Demi Lovato Admits: I Would 'Smuggle' Cocaine On Airplanes (Exclusive)

In her candid exclusive interview with Access Hollywood’s Kit Hoover, Demi Lovato opens up like never before about her battle with substance abuse – and the great lengths she would go to, in order to fool those around her!

with great pose. Cocaine on airplanes. Vodka at 9:00 a.M. The eating disorder at 8 years old. Demi lovato dark days come into the light. Welcome to "access hollywood", kit you spent yesterday afternoon with demi and her mom. Demi has turned her life around but for the first time she reveals the struggle she wept through. Now she finally beat all of her addictions. I'm very, very good at manipulating people. And that was something that I did and my disease I manipulated everyone around me. How? Like what would you do. Well, there's a lot of things with l specifically like something that I have never talked about before but with my drug use. I could hide it to where I would sneak drugs. I couldn't go without probably like 30 minutes to an hour without cocaine and I would bring it on airplanes. How? I would just I don't know i would smuggle it basically. And just wait until everyone in first class went to sleep and do it right there. Or sneak to the bathroom and do it. That's how difficult it got and that was even with somebody who i had a sober companion. Somebody that was watching me 24-7 and living with me. I hid it from them as well. Reporter: REVEALING THE Depth of her deception and drug abuse for the first time to me, demi who held tight to her mother diana hand throughout her interview was candid and totally honest when talking about the dark days of her life. Details of which are hypotheticaled at in the book about transformation stayingstrong 365 day a year. T was the lowest point for you. My last drink was probably my lowest point. I have had tons of low, low points but i was going to the airport and i had a sprite bottle just filled with vodka and it was 9 in the morning and I was like throwing up in the car and this is just to get on the plane and go back to l.A. To the sober living house that I was staying at. And you know I had all the help in the world that I didn't want it. When I hit the moment it was like it's no longer fun when you are doing it alone. I really never tald about this stuff before so it's like kind of, I don't know if I should be sharing this but I think 19 years old I had a moment where I was like oh, my god. Like I'm that alcoholic behavior. You know that's no longer -- I'm young and I'm rebell us and out having fun. It was like wow! I'm one of those people? At 19 I better get my bleep together. Mom did you see any of this happening? Could you stop it at snawl did you have any say. You can be honest be honest. Are you talking about smuggling coke on a plane. Be honest. Honestly? There were things she did that I did try to fight. I did try to say no. A lot of it was me not coming home and her getting text messages the next day like you didn't come home last night. Where are you I'm worried but and/or her finding me drunk or whatever. Did you know she was using drugs. Know exactly, no. I suspected. My mm. And I share something in common which i don't know. It's okay. Well what they share in common is stung. We have the entire story later in the show. Demi new book staying strong 365 days a year is out right notch I knew she had problems but not to that degree. Boy she was honest there. Kit nice story.