Selena Gomez's stay in a mental health facility will be "open ended," Page Six has reported.
The singer entered treatment this week and according to the outlet, one of the reasons is her ex-boyfriend Justin Bieber, 24 moving on romantically with fiancée Hailey Baldwin, 21.
"Justin Bieber’s engagement would undoubtedly have an effect on her," the source told Page Six.
The insider continued, "Selena has had a lot on her plate — too much. And, of course, as with any major life event, the engagement would have affected her."
Gomez, 26, and Bieber split up earlier this year and he popped the question to Baldwin. The two then got married in a courthouse last month.
But sources have said Bieber was devastated over his former lover's mental issues—and he was spotted crying in his car.
"Justin still loves Selena a lot, but as a friend and is praying for her," another source told Us Weekly.
But there were other problems for Gomez besides the lost romance, as the source noted she "also has a major medical condition with Lupus and her 2017 kidney transplant, which always is a complicating factor."
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Gomez was recently hospitalized twice due to low white blood cell count and had an "emotional breakdown" following the second visit, a website reported. As RadarOnline.com exclusively reported, Gomez was frantic about losing her phone prior to checking into treatment.
The meltdown started after Gomez posted a 45-minute cryptic Instagram live video explaining her frustration with fame. A few days later she checked into Cedar-Sinai Medical Center due complications involving her kidney transplant.
She suffered a mental breakdown in the days following, and eventually transferred to a psychiatric facility on the east coast to deal with her ongoing battle with anxiety and depression.
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