Heather Locklear has been placed in another psychiatric detention after suffering a mental crisis on Sunday at home, as Fox News has learned.
A source close to the "Melrose Place" star told Fox News on Monday that a call was made to the paramedics for their own safety and not because of crimes.
"Yesterday, Heather was at home with her therapist and her lawyer and she just had a mental crisis. The emergency medical technicians were called home and it was a medical call, not a criminal call, "the source explained." The call was simply a mental health precaution and Heather's family and friends will continue to support their path to achieve a state of positive mental health. "
First reported by TMZ, the paramedics were called to Locklear's home after their therapist and lawyer allegedly realized that the 56-year-old woman needed medical assistance.
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Locklear has faced a series of arrests and hospitalizations in the past year. She was arrested in February after an alleged confrontation with her boyfriend, Chris Heisser. He then allegedly attacked the officers who responded to the incident, officials said at the time.
Locklear was also arrested in June when police responded to her home after receiving a disturbance call. The police found the actress "very intoxicated" and "arguing with other subjects in the residence."
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Locklear was arrested after she allegedly kicked a police officer and emergency personnel while she was being detained.
A few hours after paying bail in June, the actress was hospitalized after the emergency services received a call about an alleged overdose. Locklear was well after the incident and reportedly went into rehabilitation for alcohol treatment and mental health.
Katherine Lam of Fox News contributed to this report.