After news broke that Selena Gomez had spent the last two weeks of January in a New York area treatment center, the singer/actress couldn't wait to show that she's looking healthy and happy. Gomez fed the ducks at Lake Balboa Park in Encino, Calif., with her friends right by her side. But where was her boyfriend, Justin Bieber, whom insiders worry put Gomez on a party path? Scroll through Radar's gallery for more!
Gomez, 25, fed and tried to pet ducks with her pals, going barefoot in vintage Wrangler overalls and dipping her toes in the water.
As The Blast reported on Thursday, the "Wolves" singer recently completed a two-week treatment program for depression and anxiety.
According to a Blast source, Gomez went to New York in early January, where she resided at an on-site facility. Gomez reportedly followed a program of therapy, healthy eating, meditation and Pilates during her stay.
Gomez has more to worry about than a wardrobe malfunction after treatment. As Radar reported, post-treatment, a source said, "Selena's inner circle is afraid she is back on drugs and racing toward a breakdown."
The Radar spy claimed that Bieber could be to blame as her party girl lifestyle was enabled by her boyfriend. "The label just gave her another huge advance which, mixed with Justin's resources — he's covering her security and transportation — has led to some pretty heavy partying…even for her," the source said.
While Gomez enjoyed the ducks—and lunch at the celeb favorite Mexican restaurant Casa Vega with her friends-- Bieber and a male buddy were spotted having a foot race on the streets of Los Angeles.
Bieber, 23, won the race but it looked as if his friend didn't try too hard to beat the star.
Before Gomez's rest time in treatment, she had been inseparable with Bieber. But now, a source told Us Weekly, "She doesn't want to slip back to where she was ever." But does that mean cooling things with her fellow pop star? The rekindled singers have a hard time calling it quits!
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