Fans are worried that, this time, her fall from sobriety may be permanent.
The news that she was spotted out clubbing with questionable influence G-Eazy has not done much to ease people's concerns.
RadarOnline reports that Demi Lovato went clubbing, which is not ideal for someone with her history of substance abuse.
Demi and rapper G-Eazy arrived at club Warwick in Hollywood at about 1am on Saturday morning.
An eyewitness reported seeing the two leave around 2:30am.
Honestly, spending an hour and a half at a club on a Saturday wouldn't normally be a red flag or cause for concern.
But ... considering what we know about Demi's relapse, fans are deeply concerned.
According to eyewitnesses, Demi was sporting a casual look, including a jean jacket and black pants.
No one seemed sure if Demi and G-Eazy were just hanging out or if there's something more going on between the two of them.
They were seen holding hands, but it was while they were walking -- which can be a very practical idea when you're clubbing or walking quickly through a crowd.
In American culture, which is often physically isolating except when romance is involved, hand-holding can also be an indicator that things are more than just platonic.
It was only a couple of weeks ago that Halsey announced that she and G-Eazy had split after dating for about a year.
So he's single -- and potentially ready to mingle.
But ... there may be some very legitimate concerns that, as a friend or a boyfriend, G-Eazy is the last person with whom Demi should be spending time at the moment.
Earlier this year, G-Eazy was involved in a nightclub brawl and a drug arrest in Sweden. He apparently had a lot of cocaine on his person.
While drug possession or use should certainly not be criminalized, it probably doesn't make him the best associate for someone who has recently fallen off of the wagon.
Fans who have heard of Demi's struggles with alcohol and with cocaine in the past don't really like seeing these two in each other's orbits.
As we mentioned, Demi has fired a number of people who have worked with her and even temporarily shuttered her website.
Reports say that, though she admitted her relapse in a song called "Sober," she is not actually willing to listen to anyone or to get help.
In fact, many fear that she is simply severing professional ties with anyone who tries to push her to get help.
The reality of the situation is that people who struggle with substance abuse and addiction issues won't seek help until they're ready to.
Tragically, some of them are never ready.
But Demi just celebrated a year of sobriety last March.
If she did it before, fans hope that she can do it again after this new relapse.
Demi's story of recovery is inspirational to so many fans, and they believe that she can recover.
But can doesn't mean will.
We're all rooting for Demi. We hope that G-Eazy, whatever the nature of their relationship, also wants what's really best for her.