Demi Lovato back to work after rehab
London: Demi Lovato has returned to the recording studio to work on new music following her 10-week stint with a rehabilitation facility.
The 18-year-old singer-and-actress - who left an unnamed clinic in the US last month after being treated for "emotional and physical issues" - was back in the studio recording music at the Hollywood Records` office in Los Angeles Wednesday.
"Demi is recording music, but she`s not back to set yet. She`ll start shooting the show again when she`s ready," femalefirst.co.uk quoted a source as saying.
She entered rehab voluntarily at the beginning of November 2010 after an incident in which she allegedly punched backing dancer Alex Welch.
In December, Lovato settled her dispute with the dancer by giving her a sum of money in compensation.
"It`s not even close to $100,000. Way, way less than $100,000. Alex never expressed dissatisfaction with the settlement. I think she was just ready to just move on. She`s happy and moving past the situation and moving forward positively," said Lovato`s friend.