Selena Gomez’s mother, Mandy, does not like Justin Bieber at all. Actually, a new report has indicated that she asked the young singer to stay away from her daughter. Mandy actually contacted Justin directly and asked him to cut all ties with Selena.
The news was reported by Life & Style, which claimed that Mandy believes that Justin is to blame for Selena’s most recent rehab treatment. Mandy thinks that Justin was a bad influence on Selena and this is why she wanted her daughter to stay away from the Baby singer.
“[Selena’s] family feels that no one has ever gotten under her skin like Justin and, ultimately, he affected her in a deeply negative way,” a source said according to Life & Style. “[She] really believes that Selena will be able to heal faster without him,” the same insider went on to add. Another recent report indicated that Selena decided to undergo rehab treatment because of her obsession for Justin.
So this report published last month indicated that Selena decided to cancel her tour and undergo rehab treatment because of Justin. Selena revealed at that time that she was undergoing treatment for anxiety, panic attacks and depression caused by lupus. However, the report claimed that her obsession with Justin was what was damaging Selena’s health and the reason why she decided to seek treatment.
The fact is that Selena admitted herself into rehab after a social media argument with her former boyfriend. “Her addiction to Justin is what everyone is afraid is going to take the ultimate toll,” a source said. “Justin takes her to a dark place mentally, and she really can’t let go. She was stalking Justin on social media,” the insider added.
“She became a different person around him. She was extremely jealous and possessive and felt like she had to keep up with him to keep him. So she would drink and smoke, and then she got into weed and partying,” the source also claimed. Well, what seems certain is that Selena has stayed away from Justin since she left the rehab facility. And the star surely seems to be doing better.