Selena Gomez is Seeking Treatment at Mental Health Facility

Selena Gomez

Selena Gomez has entered a mental health facility suffering an "emotional breakdown", TMZ reports. The site notes that it's the second time in two weeks that she's sought urgent medical care due to an "alarmingly low white blood cell count".

Around this same time a year ago, Gomez shocked fans by revealing that, due to lupus complications, she'd received a kidney transplant from her best friend Francia Raisa over the summer.

Members of her family then drove her to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, before being released several days later. 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.

Fans of the star took to social media on Thursday to show their support and pray for her.

Sel is reportedly receiving dialectical behavior therapy (DTB) in an East Coast psychiatric facility, according to the latest reports from TMZ.

News of Gomez's hospitalization came just after the singer opened up about her struggles with anxiety and depression.

US markets drop sharply as investors are spooked by rising rates
Japan's Nikkei 225 added 0.2 percent, South Korea's Kospi dropped 1.1 percent and the Hang Seng in Hong Kong gained 0.1 percent. The communications services, consumer discretionary, energy and industrial sectors all showed declines of more than 3 percent.

She was previously admitted to rehab in 2014, following her Lupus diagnosis, and later said it was the 'hardest but best thing she's ever done'.

Gomez checked herself into a wellness program in NY earlier this year to treat depression and anxiety.

The singer later announced that she would be taking a break from social media.

A source told ET, "Selena has dealt with depression for a while and her and the people around her have always kept an eye on how she feels, even more so since her kidney transplant".

"Just remember, negative comments can hurt anybody's feelings".

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