Selena Gomez's Stay In Treatment Will Be 'Open Ended' Amid Her 'Emotional Breakdown'

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Oct. 13 2018, Published 1:08 p.m. ET

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Selena Gomez entered a treatment center earlier this week to get help with her ongoing mental health issues. Now a source has claimed to Page Six that her stay there will be "open ended", so will she be there for a short period of time or stay as long as possible until she's feeling better?

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The "Come and Get It" singer voluntarily entered treatment after she was "urged" to seek help from her mother and other family members, according to a Radar Online source.

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Selena was initially hospitalized for low white blood cell count one year after having a kidney transplant. She was reportedly released from a hospital in Los Angeles a couple of days later, but then reentered shortly after due to her blood cell count being low.

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She allegedly checked into a facility on the east coast and is undergoing dialectical behavior therapy after suffering from an emotional breakdown.

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This has caused some major issues for her ex-boyfriend Justin Bieber and his now wife Hailey Baldwin, as they have both been getting repeatedly slammed by Selena's fans online. He was even spotted crying in his car alongside Hailey, which many believe had to do with the "Wolves" singer's breakdown.

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Now a source has revealed to Page Six that her stay in treatment will be "open ended", so it's unknown as to how long she'll want to spend in the facility before truly getting better mentally.

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How long do you think Selena should stay in treatment based on everything she's been through over the past year? Sound off in the comments. 


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