Heather Locklear Released from Hospital

"Not a suicide attempt," says hospital spokeswoman

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    Actress Heather Locklear was released from a Thousand Oaks hospital after a 24-hour stay and treatment in ICU.

    Heather Locklear was released from the hospital Friday evening after being hospitalized for an emergency medical situation, said a hospital spokeswoman Friday.

    The former Melrose Place star was hospitalized in serious condition Thursday afternoon. Locklear was in stable condition and recovering in the ICU by Friday afternoon.

    Locklear: No Suicide Attempt

    [LA] Locklear: No Suicide Attempt
    Heather Locklear, the former star of "Melrose Place," is resting today in a Thousand Oaks hospital ICU after a 911 call Thursday sent paramedics to her home.

    "She is alert, talkative, resting. She is getting better, not worse," said Los Robles Hospital and Medical Center spokeswoman Kris Carraway-Bowman in a statement.

    Carraway-Bowman would not comment on reports the incident possibly involved drugs and alcohol, but she did say this "was not a suicide attempt."

    Heather Locklear Hospitalized

    [LA] Heather Locklear Hospitalized
    Actress Heather Locklear is spending Thursday night at a hospital in Thousand Oaks. Her family authorized a statement saying she'll be OK, but there's no public release on the reason for her stay

    Her move to intensive care Friday followed "typical protocol," said Carraway-Bowman.

    The actress' parents stayed at the hospital overnight. It is unclear what caused the emergency.

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