The actor provoked concern when there were screaming and shouting heard from his room at London's posh Dorchester Hotel, thus prompted the staff to call the police and ambulance.
Threw such a hissy fit inside London's posh Dorchester Hotel this weekend, Michael Madsen was booked by the authorities. The actor was then transferred to hospital after staff at the top hotel became concerned for his mental health following fits of screaming and shouting from his room.
Madsen, best known for his role as psychopath Mr. Blonde in "Reservoir Dogs," had been staying at the Dorchester hotel and checked in on Saturday, June 7 with a woman believed to be his wife and his five-year old daughter. Police were called after a guest complained to have heard screaming coming from the actor's room.
The authorities arrived to find Madsen covered in cuts and bruises and an ambulance was called shortly thereafter, British newspaper The Daily Telegraph reported. A Metropolitan Police spokesman said no arrests were made following the incident and no further action would be taken.
Speaking about the incident, Madsen's spokeswoman simply commented "We are aware there was an incident in London but we have no comment to make."