Selena Gomez receiving treatment after suffering emotional breakdown

Selena Gomez And Francia Raisa

Selena Gomez And Francia Raisa

She was said to be down and emotional over a low white blood cell count after her kidney transplant.

After being released days later, Selena had to be re-admitted last week because her low blood cell count persisted, and it threw Selena into a complete meltdown. Because she couldn't just leave, Gomez reportedly "freaked out" and had "an emotional breakdown", attempting to pull the IVs out of her arm. Several worldwide news reports suggest the singer has suffered an emotional breakdown.

Gomez has reportedly been admitted to a psychiatric facility on the East Coast, where she is receiving dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), a form of treatment she received in the past. She has received DBT before.

Late last month, Gomez hosted an Instagram Live, telling her followers and fans that she'd been facing depression for the last five years. E! has learned she suffered a panic attack after her second hospitalization, although this was not the sole catalyst for her seeking mental health treatment at a facility again.

As for Gomez, she's getting the treatment she needs after several health setbacks.

Cape Town - Singer and actress Selena Gomez is seeking help to deal with her ongoing anxiety and depression.

We're sending Selena lots of love and hope she is doing well. An insider shared, "Selena has been trying really hard recently to remain focused, and not let her health affect her".

This comes just weeks after the songstress announced she'd be taking a break from social media. She said on September 23 she was leaving social media.

"I was diagnosed with lupus, and I've been through chemotherapy".

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