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No Hope For Selena! Gomez Laughs Off Intervention, Continues Boozing

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Selena Gomez is partying harder than ever before with her druggie boyfriend, The Weeknd, has learned. And despite her multiple rehab stays, an insider told that she doesn't see it as a problem!

"Selena's family and friends tried to intervene but she told them to mind their own business and let her live her life," a source close to Gomez said.

Lately, that's consisted of her jet setting around the world with new boyfriend The Weeknd, a singer who's admitted to "heavy" drug use.

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"She honestly just thinks that everyone is jealous of her relationship and she does not understand why people cannot just be happy for her."

As previously reported by, earlier this week Gomez was spotted at popular L.A. dive bar, Barney's Beanery, just days after troubled actress, Mischa Barton, was boozing it up there!

"Selena is drinking again, obviously, and is telling people that she never really had a problem with drinking," the source told "She says that it was just the prescription drugs that were her downfall."

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Despite two stays in rehab, Gomez has always denied any issues with substance abuse. She's said her struggles with lupus and anxiety caused her to seek help.

Now, the source said, "So many people around her are fearful, of course. Selena is living in an imaginary world right now and it seems like this episode is not going to end well."

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