Selena Gomez ‘left rehab early’
Selena Gomez reportedly only completed a third of her recent rehab stint, checking out four weeks early.
It was revealed yesterday that the former Disney star had received 14 days of treatment at Dawn at The Meadows recovery facility.
Selena's spokesperson confirmed to RadarOnline that she had voluntarily checked herself in for emotional issues, and stressed that it was not for substance abuse.
Now reports have surfaced, claiming that 21-year-old Selena only completed the first two weeks of her six-week course, leaving the treatment centre early to attend the Sundance Film Festival.
"Selena Gomez ignored the advice of medical professionals and waltzed out of rehab just 14 days into a six-week program… over the strenuous objections of the rehab staff," reports TMZ.
The website also claims that Selena was in fact suffering from problems with alcohol, marijuana and prescription medication.
"Sources close to Selena tell us just after New Year's she checked into a programme at The Meadows called DAWN - for alcohol, pot and Rx Ambien - in addition to what her people believe is an unhealthy union with Justin Bieber," it continued.
Selena has been in an on/off relationship with Justin, 19, since 2010 and it’s thought his wild lifestyle has had a negative impact on the starlet.
She is thought to have “bailed” on rehab after Sundance, claiming she had been “cured”.
Selena was seen on the red carpets at Sundance, held in Utah, looking happy and healthy. She was praised on style websites for looking laid back and relaxed, in simple chic outfits.
But TMZ have reported that staff at The Meadows are less than happy with Selena's early exit.
"That's not the way the medical staff at The Meadows sees it... the treatment program is 45-days and Selena bailed four weeks early. We're told the staff feels it's essential in any recovery to complete the therapy.
"Selena is telling her people ... she completed the toughest week, which the facility calls 'Survivor's week' so everything is fine," TMZ reports.
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