Mandy Teefey Opens Up About Her Daughter Selena Gomez’s Nervous Breakdown
- Mandy Teefey says she thought her daughter was going to die after the singer had a nervous breakdown.
- Gomez also underwent a kidney transplant and has a bipolar diagnosis.
- The movie, Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me debuts Friday on Apple TV+.
Mandy Teefey, the mother of Selena Gomez, feared her daughter might survive after her 2016 nervous breakdown during the Revival tour.
In the new documentary Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me from Only Murders in the Building, the actor’s mother opens up about when she learned of Gomez’s depression.
“We heard about her nervous breakdown via TMZ. They called me and wanted to know what my daughter was doing in the hospital with a nervous breakdown,” Teefey recounts in the film.
The 46-year-old continued: “She wanted nothing to do with me and I was afraid she was going to die.”
Gomez’s mental health issues, a kidney transplant caused by lupus, and a bipolar diagnosis will be explored in the upcoming film about his life.
On Friday, Apple TV+ will debut the six-year-old documentary shot by filmmaker Alek Keshishian.
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