Selena Gomez Checks Into Mental Health Hospital After Medical Crisis

Decrease Font Size Increase Font Size Text Size Print This Page




Selena Gomez Mental Hospital Breakdown

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

The singer, 26, “voluntarily” entered treatment after her mother and other family members “urged” her to get help, a source told Radar.

According to reports, Gomez’ mental health crisis hit while she was hospitalized for low white blood cell count one year after undergoing a kidney transplant.

PHOTOS: Is She OK? Rehab Alum Selena Gomez Caught Drinking Amid Weeknd Romance

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.

Gomez allegedly tried to leave against doctor’s orders, and even attempted to rip the IV out of her arm.

PHOTOS: Selena Gomez & Ex Justin Bieber’s ‘Tense’ Reunion Two Years After Split

The troubled singer reportedly checked into a facility on the east coast where she is undergoing dialectical behavior therapy, which treats mental health disorders.

Radar previously reported that Gomez was traumatized by her friend Demi Lovato’s overdose.

“Selena is freaking out about this,” a source close to the “Slow Down” singer told Radar over the summer. “She feels like it could have been her.”

She also visited Lovato in the hospital before her own downward spiral began again.

In addition to still being worried about her best friend, the source told Radar tonight, she is still reeling over ex-boyfriend Bieber’s quickie engagement and marriage to Hailey Baldwin just months after their split.

PHOTOS: Selena Gomez Slams Ex Justin Bieber For Cheating ‘Multiple Times’

As Radar previously reported, Gomez was spotted drowning her sorrows in New York City recently.

She has been to rehab twice: once in 2014, and a second time two years later.

Stay with Radar for updates to the story.

We pay for juicy info! Do you have a story for RadarOnline.com? Email us at tips@radaronline.com, or call us at (866) ON-RADAR (667-2327) any time, day or night.




Start the conversation, or Read more at Radar Online

Leave your comment

Close