A 911 call reporting Charlie Sheen's hospital emergency, was released by the Los Angeles Fire Department on Wednesday. Click here to hear the 911 call or listen below.
The caller is Dr. Paul Nassif, husband of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Adrienne Maloof. He describes the actor as "very, very intoxicated" and "apparently in a lot of pain." He also told the dispatcher that Sheen told him, "Don't call 911."
He describes the call he received from Sheen as "kind of weird."
The 45-year-old actor released a statement on Wednesday saying, "I have a lot of work to do to be able to return the support I have received from so many people. I want to say 'thank-you' to my fellow cast members, the crew of 'Two and a Half Men,' and everyone at CBS and Warner Bros., especially Les Moonves and Bruce Rosenblum for their concern and support." He adds, "And to my fans, your good wishes have touched me very much. Like Errol Flynn, who had to put down his sword on occasion, I just want to say, 'thank-you.'"
Sheen was rushed to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center early morning on January 27. Sheen's representative said that the star may have been suffering from a hernia.
"He has had a history of having this type of hernia, and the person who made the 911 call said he had severe stomach pains and said it was from a hernia condition," said the publicist. The actor was released from the hospital on the next day and has reportedly receiving treatment at home for his addiction troubles.
It was the second time in 6 months that Sheen was brought to the hospital following late-night partying. Sheen was reportedly partying with several adult film stars late into the evening, including porn star Kacey Jordan, who Tweeted an explicit photo from inside the actor's home.
Sheen was hospitalized in New York in October after spending the night at a hotel with porn star Capri Anderson, who accused Sheen of becoming violent. Sheen was taken to the hospital for psychiatric evaluation. His spokesman had said at that time that the actor reacted badly to medication.