Heather Locklear in the Hospital
Heather Locklear was rushed to the hospital on Thursday. INSIDE EDITION has the full report on what happened.
A troubling message from Heather Locklear's daughter in the wake of her mom's medical crisis.
"It's going to get worse before it gets better," 14-year-old Ava tweeted just hours after her famous mom was rushed to the emergency room.
"Well, this sucks," said Ava in a tweet.
Locklear was admitted after her sister called 911.
Neither her family nor officials at Los Robles Medical Center in Thousand Oaks, California would say why Locklear was admitted. But it's being reported that she took a dangerous mix of alcohol and prescription medication, possibly the anti-anxiety pill Xanax.
Locklear, who just broke up with fiancé Jack Wagner, is now said to be out of danger.
A hospital spokesperson said, "Her parents want everybody to know that she is doing well. She's fine. She's not in any danger and she's healthy."
Just two nights before, Locklear was seen courtside at the Lakers game in Los Angeles. She was drinking from a cup, it's not known whether any alcohol was inside the cup.
Locklear has had high-profile dramas before.
In 2008 a man who said he was her own doctor called 911. Locklear later tried to explain away that call by saying it was a hoax.
Later that year, she was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of medication.
A passerby saw her behaving eratically at a store and called 911 after Locklear got behind the wheel of her car. Locklear later pled guilty to reckless driving.
Now, another personal crisis for the beautiful blonde.
Dr. Charles Sophy told INSIDE EDITION, "As a doctor I am very concerned because there are enough signals, red flags, that are telling me there is something wrong and not connecting and I would really want her to get on the right track.
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