LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Los Angeles Fire Department has released 911 recordings from the incident that led to actor Charlie Sheen's hospitalization last week.
In one call released Wednesday a man identifies himself as a Beverly Hills doctor and says he received a call from Sheen's residence. The doctor tells the dispatcher that he spoke with a secretary who told him to not call 911.
The doctor then says he got Sheen on the phone and spoke to him. In the recording, the doctor reports that Sheen is very intoxicated and also apparently in a lot of pain.
The doctor then comments that the call he received was "kind of weird" before he provides the dispatcher with Sheen's address and driving instructions.
Sheen is reportedly in rehab.