LOS ANGELES (AP) — Charlie Sheen says he has a lot of work to do and is thanking his bosses, co-stars and fans for their support since he was rushed to the hospital last week.
Authorities released a 911 call Wednesday in which a Beverly Hills plastic surgeon described Sheen as "very, very intoxicated" and in pain.
After he was hospitalized, the "Two and a Half Men" star announced he was entering rehab.
Sheen said in a statement Wednesday he has been touched by an outpouring of support, but did not give any details about his treatment.
Production on Sheen's CBS show has been halted.