Emergency Medical Responders Called To Heather Locklear's Home

Medical professionals transported an unnamed patient from actress Heather Locklear's home to a nearby hospital, only one day after Locklear was arrested for attacking police.

By Eric Shorey

Only one day after actress Heather Locklear was arrested for attacking a police officer and emergency personnel, medical responders were called to transport an unnamed patient to a nearby hospital.

A patient was transported from Locklear's home in Thousand Oaks, California, to a medical facility on June 25, according to CNN. Ventura County Sheriff Sergeant Eric Buschow would not name the patient, but confirmed that a call to emergency services was made. The call was to address a medical emergency; not a criminal concern, according to CNN.

Ventura County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Captain Garo Kuredjiann confirmed that deputies were called to assist EMTs on the scene at about 3pm, according to People. He added that the patient was treated at the Las Robles Hospital & Medical Center.

Locklear's spokespeople have not commented on the situation.

Earlier on Monday, Locklear indicated that she planned to return to a hospital to receive treatment following her arrest, according to People.

Only one day prior, the "Melrose Place" actress was arrested for two counts of misdemeanor battery. Police were called after Locklear became heavily intoxicated and belligerent, authorities said. Locklear was set to appear in court on June 26.

Locklear has been involved in a series of disturbances throughout 2018. Earlier in June, Locklear had police called on her after threatening suicide. In February, Locklear was arrested following an alleged domestic abuse situation during which she threatened to shoot police, according to to the Ventura County Sheriff's Office. The charges against her were dropped after she agreed to enter rehab.

Locklear has previously entered rehab at least five times throughout her life, according to The Huffington Post.

[Photo Heather Locklear by Axelle/Bauer-Griffin / Getty Images]

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