Selena Gomez's mom, Mandy Teefy, reportedly had an extremely bad reaction to news of her rekindled romance with Justin Bieber.
According to a new report, Teefy actually had to be taken to a hospital in Los Angeles last week after learning just how serious things have gotten between her 25-year-old daughter and the sometimes troubled pop star, 23.
On Dec. 19, TMZ revealed that police did a welfare check on Teefy at her L.A. hotel after receiving a phone call from a family member. They then took Teefy to a nearby hotel where she was voluntarily checked out.
The report went on to reveal that Teefy had engaged in a heated conversation with her daughter earlier that day about her decision to get back together with Bieber. They also spoke about Gomez and Bieber's couples therapy sessions, which reportedly resulted in Teefy flipping out completely.
According to the publication, Gomez's family has been on the outs with Bieber for the past few years and many have said that they will never forgive him for what he's done to Gomez in the past, nor will they accept him back into their family.
Teefy was released from treatment on the same day she was taken in and is now giving Gomez space.
While Teefy reportedly hasn't been handling news of Gomez's reconciled relationship with Bieber very well, Bieber's mother, Pattie Mallette, sounded quite happy when she discussed the romance earlier this month. As fans may recall, Mallette was the keynote speaker at People magazine‘s Holiday Benefit Luncheon in Los Angeles on Saturday, Dec. 9. During the event, she addressed Gomez and Bieber's recent reconciliation.
“I don’t know so much about their personal relationship because he doesn’t share a whole lot, but I love her,” she said, according to a report by Hollywood Life. “I support anything [he does], if he loves her I love her, and I’ve met her and we have a special bond so I think she’s precious. I can’t really speak on their relationship, that’s between them.”
Mallette also spoke about her son's new and healthier lifestyle.
“I think he’s just keeping his focus on God, and really trying to figure out what counts and what matters,” Mallette explained. “I think he’s trying to be somehow normal in such an abnormal world, trying to find that balance. I feel like he’s growing up and I’m really proud of him.”