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11 October 2018, 05:40 | Myron Mathis
Selena Gomez is receiving treatment at a mental health facility after suffering what TMZ describes as a "emotional breakdown". She has reportedly had low white blood cell counts in recent weeks, prompting two hospitalizations and, sources say, intense anxiety.
Last week, Selena had to be re-admitted to the hospital after her low blood count persisted - throwing her into a more serious "meltdown".
Selena was then taken to an East Coast psychiatric facility, where she is now receiving dialectical behavior therapy.
"She realized she needed to seek additional help for her ongoing emotional issues".
Fans of the star took to social media on Thursday to show their support and pray for her.
Last year, she underwent a kidney transplant, receiving the organ from best friend Francia Raisa after being diagnosed with lupus.
Again. As much as I am grateful for the voice that social media gives each of us, I am equally grateful to be able to step back and live my life present to the moment I have been given.
The Heart Wants What It Wants hitmaker announced on September 24 that she was taking a break from social media. "Kindness and encouragement only for a bit!" Her message referred to the hurtful impact of "negative comments".
Gomez was previously been admitted to a psychiatric facility in 2016, having experienced "depression, anxiety and panic" as a side effect of her lupus.
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