Selena Gomez back in mental health facility

Selena Gomez

According to reports by TMZ, Selena Gomez was hospitalised twice within the past couple of weeks after experiencing a mental breakdown.

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.

Last week, Selena had to be re-admitted to the hospital after her low blood count persistent - throwing her into a more serious "emotional breakdown". She requested to go home but when doctors insisted she stay, Gomez reportedly launched into a "meltdown" and "freaked out", ripping IVs out of her arm.

A source tells ET that the pop star is "very upset" over Gomez's hospitalization, and took some time to be by himself following the news.

"She realised she needed to seek additional help for her ongoing emotional issues". She's surrounded by close family and has a lot of support. She is now being treated at East Coast psychiatric facility.

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She is said to be now receiving dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT) which is used to treat various mental health disorders and is something she has had in the past.

Gomez's 90-day treatment in Tennessee came amid her Revival World Tour, causing her to cancel the remaining concert dates.

And in late September, Gomez raised eyebrows for blasting her interview in Elle's October issue, claiming it had misrepresented her despite being relatively innocuous.

This comes just weeks after the songstress announced she'd be taking a break from social media. Soon after, she left all social media channels. She wrote: "Just remember- negative comments can hurt anybody's feelings".

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