Selena Gomez Hospitalized For 'Emotional Breakdown'

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

Selena Gomez Hospitalized for Emotional Breakdown

Selena Gomez is receiving treatment at a mental health facility, TMZ is reporting.

Just a few weeks later Gomez would go on to be hospitalized after she became "despondent and emotional" over a low white blood cell count, leading a family member to transport her to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles.

Nearly exactly a year ago, Selena Gomez revealed she had undergone a kidney transplant due to lupus. Several global news reports suggest the singer has suffered an emotional breakdown.

Selena is now in a mental health facility undergoing dialectical behaviour therapy. The site notes that the condition could stem from her kidney transplant.

"She realized she needed to seek additional help for her ongoing emotional issues", an unidentified source told the magazine.


Multiple sources tell TMZ, the 26-year-old singer was at her Studio City, CA home the last week of September when the first emergency hit.

Justin Bieber is very concerned with Selena Gomez's well-being following her emotional breakdown that ha. "She's doing better now and is seeking treatment on the East Coast". Representatives for the singer/actress/model have yet to confirm, but Gomez has been on a social media hiatus for several weeks. A source close to Justin told HL EXCLUSIVELY whether he'll reach out to her or not. "Selena tried ripping the IV's out of her arm". She has, however, kept many things to herself despite fame, including her lupus diagnosis, undergoing chemotherapy for lupus, her kidney transplant, and various romantic relationships. "Kindness and encouragement only for a bit!"

Selena's ex, Justin Bieber, who married model Hailey Baldwin months after their break-up, is said to be "upset" about the news.

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

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