Selena Gomez Is Admitted To A Mental Facility After Facing Emotional Breakdown

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Selena was at Studio City during the last week of September when the first emergency hit her.

Selena Gomez has been hospitalised twice since last two weeks. After suffering from an apparent mental breakdown, the singer, who underwent kidney transplant last year, is presently being treated at a mental facility.

According to a source close to TMZ, Selena Gomez was at Studio City during the last week of September when the first emergency hit her. Selena got emotional after a drop in her white blood cell count, which happened due to the kidney transplant which she underwent. It was a family member who took Selena to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles.

However, weeks later the singer had to be re-admitted as her low blood cell count persisted. She is currently being treated at East Coast psychiatric facility. According to sources close to the website, the singer wished to leave after she was admitted.

But, the doctors advised her not to do so. She even tried to ripping IV’s off her arm. The former girlfriend of Canadian singer Justin Bieber is receiving dialectical behavior therapy which treats various mental health disorders such as borderline personality disorder, self-harm, suicidal behaviour, depression, eating disorders and post-traumatic stress disorder.

Soon after this news broke, Selena’s fans started sending out wishes for her speedy recovery. They made #PrayForSelena a global trend on Twitter.

You can check out some of the tweets below:

Let’s hope and pray that Selena recovers soon and comes out from this illness has a stronger and fitter person.

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By - Melwyn Fernandes

Author: By – Melwyn Fernandes

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