Vanderpump Rules star Raquel Leviss checks into a mental health treatment facility voluntarily.

Reality TV star Raquel Leviss has voluntarily entered a mental health treatment facility, according to her representative. The 28-year-old made the decision before news of her affair with Tom Sandoval broke. Leviss had been due to enter the facility before the reunion episode but delayed to complete filming commitments, the representative said.

Reality TV star Raquel Leviss is voluntarily entering a mental health treatment facility, which was a decision made before her affair with Tom Sandoval was exposed.

Raquel Leviss, known for her appearance on the reality TV show Vanderpump Rules, has announced that she will be checking herself into a mental health treatment facility. Sources say that the 28-year-old had decided to seek treatment before her affair with Tom Sandoval was exposed. According to her representative, Raquel and her family made a decision months ago that she needed mental health counseling and eventually came to the conclusion that voluntarily entering a facility was the best course of action.

Despite being scheduled to start treatment before the reunion, Raquel decided to finish her filming commitments before entering the facility. Her representative clarified that Bravo and production were made aware of her decision and were fully supportive of her journey towards better mental health. No timeline was given for the length of her stay in the facility.

It is commendable that Raquel has taken the step to seek help for her mental health. With the high pressure and scrutiny that comes with being in the public eye, it can be challenging for celebrities to prioritize self-care. Raquel’s choice to prioritize her mental health amidst a busy filming schedule is a powerful reminder of the importance of taking care of oneself.

It is also reassuring to see that production companies like Bravo are supportive of cast members who prioritize their mental health. Mental health struggles can affect anyone, regardless of their background or profession. Encouraging and normalizing seeking treatment should be promoted, and setting an example in the entertainment industry can only help to create a more accepting environment for those struggling with their mental health.

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