Selena Gomez Has Been Hospitalised After Suffering "Emotional Breakdown"

Selena Gomez Has Been Hospitalised After Suffering

Justin Bieber's ex-girlfriend was reportedly released from a local Los Angeles hospital, but was readmitted days later because her blood cell count remained low, sending her into an emotional crisis.

Sources tell TMZ that during the last week of September, Gomez was driven to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center after she became emotional and despondent because of her white blood cell count.

Fans around the world have poured onto social media to pray for United States singer Selena Gomez amidst reports that she was booked into a mental health facility after suffering a breakdown.

It's not the first time that Selena has been treated for mental health issues with DBT. When doctors told her she couldn't leave the hospital, the sources said she had an "emotional breakdown" and attempted to rip IV tubes out of her arm. The site notes that the condition could stem from her kidney transplant.

During her second visit, the singer suffered a panic attack.

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She announced the news on social media in September 2017, writing of Raisa on Instagram, "There aren't words to describe how I can possibly thank my lovely friend Francia Raisa". Several sources called the episode "an emotional breakdown". Another added, "I love her with my whole heart. She's doing better now and is seeking treatment on the East Coast".

Prior to leaving social media, Gomez revealed in a live Instagram session that she had felt consumed by her depression for five years.

The 26-year-old singer has been hospitalized twice in the past two weeks, TMZ has reported.

Gomez posted a video on Instagram in September stating that she would be taking a break from social media and reminded her fans that negative comments can hurt anybody.

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