He Just DGAF! The Weeknd Should Def Stop Doing This If He Wants To Keep Selena Gomez Out Of Rehab

Selena Gomez Rehab 1
Source: AKM-GSI

Mar. 15 2017, Published 9:44 p.m. ET

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Selena Gomez Rehab 1
Source: AKM-GSI

Selena Gomez is fresh off her rehab stint and surprise, surprise - The Weeknd isn't helping. While most people in her position would spend time carefully entering back into daily life, Gomez is said to be right back into the party scene with her bad influence beau. The troubled starlet has reportedly been getting wild and crazy with the rapper during his world tour. “She drank nonstop throughout his Paris concert, and that night they and two other friends basically spent the entire night awake so they could party,” a source tells In Touch. “He doesn’t seem to be a great influence on her. You would think if your girlfriend just came out of rehab, you would discourage partying, but that hasn’t been the case.”

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"First she gets depressed, then has massive anxiety, then starts drinking and partying way too hard, then goes into denial and finally has a breakdown," a source revealed about Sel, whose rep insists the star's rehab stay was not related to substance abuse.

The LAST thing she needs is to be surrounded by a bad influence.

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“If anyone knew how bad she was, they’d be in shock,” the snitch says of Sel, who was allegedly "miserable" back in rehab.

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"She absolutely hated it there" and "it felt like hell," so says the source.

Do you think The Weeknd could be the reason Selena goes back to rehab? 


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