Selena Gomez hospitalised after 'emotional breakdown'

Selena Gomez Has 'Emotional Breakdown' and Now Receiving Mental Health Treatment

Selena Gomez Has 'Emotional Breakdown' and Now Receiving Mental Health Treatment

Selena Gomez has checked into a mental health facility after suffering an emotional breakdown, RadarOnline.com can confirm.

Sources say she was "emotional and despondent" when first admitted last week, but suffered "an emotional breakdown" when she was taken back just days later.

Gomez is now at a psychiatric facility on the East Coast, getting dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), which treats a variety of mental health issues.

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 "Wolves" singer was hospitalized twice within the last few weeks, both times for a low white blood cell count, which can be a side effect for kidney transplant patients.

The singer's troubles reportedly began with an incident during the last week of September.




When doctors refused to let her leave for a second time, she is alleged to have "freaked out" and "tried to rip the IV's out of her arm".

Another insider said Selly had "a couple of tough weeks leading up to" the panic attack that caused her to seek help.

The "Back To You" star is apparently receiving mental health treatment in hospital. "She's doing better now and is seeking treatment on the East Coast".

Selena has been keeping a low profile since announcing that she will be taking a social media break. She also warned fans, "Kindness and encouragement only for a bit!"

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

"Selena has dealt with depression for a while and her and the people around her have always kept an eye on how she feels, even more so since her kidney transplant".

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