Selena Gomez reportedly checks into mental-health facility after ’emotional breakdown’

Selena Gomez reportedly checks into mental-health facility after ’emotional breakdown’

Selena Gomez has entered a mental health facility suffering an "emotional breakdown", TMZ reports. She is now believed to be receiving psychiatric care somewhere on the east coast.

And in late September, Gomez raised eyebrows for blasting her interview in Elle's October issue, claiming it had misrepresented her despite being relatively innocuous.

The 26-year-old artist was apparently admitted to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center at the end of September when it was discovered that her white blood cell count was extremely low due to her kidney transplant.

Nearly exactly a year ago, Selena Gomez revealed she had undergone a kidney transplant due to lupus. Not being able to leave, Selena reportedly "freaked out" and was trying to rip IV's out of her arm.

Per TMZ, the singer and former Disney actress has been hospitalized twice in two weeks, and she reportedly suffered the breakdown during her second stint in the hospital.

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Gomez has since been taken to psychiatric facility on the East Coast, where she is now receiving dialectical behaviour therapy. The "It Ain't Me" singer started giving away her clothes on Instagram and sent a weird message to Jennifer Lopez on Instagram, which was the final straw before announcing a social media hiatus. "I could've had a stroke", said Gomez of her break in a Billboard cover story.

Soon after this news broke, Selena's fans started sending out wishes for her speedy recovery.

She was previously admitted to rehab in 2014, following her Lupus diagnosis, and later said it was the 'hardest but best thing she's ever done'.

Bieber rekindled his brief relationship with Hailey Baldwin quickly after his final break with Selena and the pair got engaged just a few months after the split.

"Just remember, negative comments can hurt anybody's feelings".

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