Heather Locklear will seek long-term treatment for substance abuse and mental health, a source confirms
The actress, 56, plans to move from a hospital's mental health department to a long-term facility, where a group of doctors and nurses Psychiatrists can help her.
Locklear agreed to voluntarily enter the long-term facility, and there is currently no Conservatory Administration plan to regulate their affairs, the source says. TMZZ first reported the news.
Hours after the actress was released from police custody on Monday after her alleged attack on a police officer and EMT, Locklear was hospitalized for possible overdose.
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Paramedics and Ventura County Sheriffs MPs were called to the house of the actress to treat them for a possible
The spokesman of the office of deputy sheriff of Ventura County, Capt. Garo Kuredjiann told PEOPLE that MPs were called to assist EMTs with a "medical phone call" that occurred at the address of Thousand Oaks, California. The patient he did not identify was transported to the Las Robles Hospital & Medical Center.
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Locklear was released less than 12 hours after being arrested on Monday morning for allegedly attacking a police officer and an EMT had responded to a disruption of their residence, confirmed PEOPLE.
Kuredjiann previously said that the deputies went to Locklear's home on Sunday after they had just received a jam call after 11am, and that Locklear was said to be "extremely intoxicated" and "arguing with friends and family" when they arrived.
When MPs tried to separate them, she joined an answering officer. She also said that Kuredjiann allegedly stepped on a medic in the upper chest area on a stretcher.
The actress was then taken to the hospital for medical treatment. She was then taken to the main Ventura County Detention Center for two counts of battery fraud involving a police officer or emergency staff. A ground of appeal has not yet been entered. Locklear is expected to appear in court in August, according to the records.
Respondents were sent to Locklear's house last week after a call from the sheriff's office arrived for a "suicidal" person who was "violent" Incident report from the Ventura County Fire Department received from the people.
The report revealed that the person – identified by TMZ as Locklear – had earlier threatened to shoot deputies and had registered a gun with her. However, the person was not armed, the authorities said.
Following this incident, Locklear was taken to a hospital for a psychological examination.