A spokesperson for Los Robles Hospital, where Locklear was taken to after a 911 call was placed from her home, additionally reveals that the 'Spin City' actress will stay overnight.
Hours after being rushed to a hospital, Heather Locklear is said to be in "medically stable" condition. On Thursday, January 12 night, her parents Bill and Diane Locklear released a statement through Los Robles Hospital & Medical Center, assuring fans that the 50-year-old actress "is in no danger" and is "going to be just fine."
Also dishing on details of Locklear's hospitalization was a spokesperson for the Thousand Oaks, California hospital, Kris Carraway-Bowman. Though refusing to share any medical information, she did spill that the "Melrose Place" beauty arrived at 2:30 P.M. and was sleeping by 8 P.M. To KNBC TV's Bev White, the rep additionally noted that Locklear will stay overnight.
Locklear was taken to Los Robles Hospital after her older sister Colleen placed a 911 call from her home in Westlake Village, California shortly after 2 P.M. PT on Thursday. It was reported that Colleen feared that the actress, who has just ended her engagement to Jack Wagner, "was going to harm herself."
Words were, the Sammy Jo Carrington of "Dynasty" might have mixed prescription drugs and alcohol. A source suggested to Radar Online that the actress "is distraught over her relationship with Jack, it is on and off and it has upset her lately."