Selena Gomez Spent Some Time In Treatment


Selena spent an emergency 2 week stay at Arizona’s Dawn at the Meadows which is a center specializing in 18-26 year olds who are suffering from emotional trauma, addiction or diagnosis concerns. Her spokesperson confirmed she spent time there, voluntarily, but not for substance abuse.

Radaronline says that Selena has been having trouble with partying and is becoming dependent on Ambien. And she’s drinking heavily. So, naturally, people were concerned.

“Particularly, her parents. The partying was, at times, wild. They wanted to help her — and they very much encouraged her to go to rehab. Others very close to her also urged her to seek professional help.”

“It’s important to remember that Selena had worked in Hollywood non-stop for six years,” another insider told Radar. “She was exhausted. Selena was smart enough to understand that she needed to take control of her life.

“It just got to a point where she needed to get out of Los Angeles, get away from ‘the scene’ and the pressures of Hollywood, to also get away from those who had, admittedly, become a bad influence on her.

“Selena needed to take the opportunity to work on herself. She realized she needed help.”

You’re gonna have to consider the source on this one, but we do know for sure she spent time there, for what, it’s still unclear. She’s already cancelled the second half of her tour due to being tired, but now supposedly she is happy and healthy and hopefully staying away from the Biebs.


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