Heather Locklear is reportedly in “good spirits” after being released from hospital in California on Friday.
The troubled actress was admitted to the Los Robles Hospital in Thousand Oaks, California on Thursday after her sister reportedly called emergency services to the star’s home fearing Locklear might have “harmed herself.”
She spent a night under the care of doctors before she was deemed well enough to be released.
No further details about what caused the health crisis have been released but a hospital representative insists Locklear has made a good recovery.
Speaking to reporters on Heather’s status, the rep explained:
“She’s fine, she was mobile, she was walking, she was dressed, she was talkative and she’ll have follow-up care through her personal physicians. Spirits were very good, she was calm and chit-chatty (sic). Her parents were very glad when the doctors decided she was well enough to be discharged.”
The rep also cleared up false reports suggesting the Melrose Place star had attempted suicide, adding,
“Her parents wanted her fans to know this was not a suicide attempt and that she’s doing really well and very good.”
Locklear, 50, has been hospitalized several times over the years. In 2009, she pleaded no contest to reckless driving after being arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of prescription medication.
Locklear also starred in such TV series as “Dynasty” and “T.J. Hooker.”
Heather Locklear is expected to appear next in CBS comedy pilot titled ‘The Assistants‘ alongside David Henrie and TJ Miller.
via Daily Mail