Demi Lovato Pal: Her Situation With Ashley Greene Sucks

Fight or no fight, can you really blame Lovato for being upset at the sight of Ashley?

By Ted Casablanca, Taryn Ryder Nov 04, 2010 9:15 PMTags
Demi Lovato, Ashley GreeneJason Merritt/Getty Images; Chris Polk/Getty Images

"Ashley Greene and Demi Lovato did not have an altercation."

—Source close to Demi who is trying to clarify what really went down this past Saturday before Lovato checked herself into a treatment center

There's a lot of confusion about an altercation that went down between D.L. and a back-up dancer as well as an alleged war of words between Ashley and Demi.

So let's back up a sec:

A fight between Lovato and a dancer on her tour, Alex Welch, was really the breaking point for the Disney starlet.

D thought Welch may have tattled on some escapades from the night before, so when it all came to a head last weekend, Lovato realized it was best to take a break.

So where does Ashley Greene fit into all this?

As we said, the Twilight babe's rep denies conflict between the girls; meanwhile, sources insist words may have gone down between the two, but not an "altercation" (as emphasized by Demi's pal).

Let us be clear: Either way, we don't think Demi, Ash or Joe Jonas are at fault here.

All we're wondering is, can ya really blame Lovato for feeling overwhelmed at the sight of perky Greene touching down in Peru to meet up with everyone?

This, Demi's friend doesn't argue.

"OK, yeah, it would suck," agrees a Lovato pal. "Think about it: If your boyfriend or girlfriend dumps you and brings their new boyfriend or girlfriend along, how do you think it's going to feel?"

Just sayin', we know gals a helluva lot older than Demi who would have some not-so-nice things to say to the new girlfriend if she popped up in the middle of all this drama.

Again, Deep Demi insists nothing went down between D and A at the airport.

But ss for whether a heated exchange went down at any point when the girls crossed paths in South America?

"That I don't know."

I think we do.