Charlie Sheen + 911 Call + Very, Very Intoxicated

Charlie Sheen + 911 Call + Very, Very Intoxicated

The 911 call that prompted Charlie Sheen's hospitalization has been released at TMZ.

The voice of Dr. Paul Nassif is heard saying early on Jan. 27, "I just got a call from the residence of Charlie Sheen, from a secretary. Apparently ... he's intoxicated. And he's saying, 'Don't call 911.' They got him on the phone, and he was very, very intoxicated, also apparently in a lot of pain. It was kind of weird, the phone call I received."

Nassif sounds familiar with Sheen and his residence. He also sounds gravely serious.

"He's in severe pain, and he's intoxicated," Nassif says, adding he is "very worried."

Sheen was hospitalized and labeled in "serious condition" after an allegedly 36-hour bender; he has since reportedly entered rehab voluntarily.

TMZ insiders said Sheen was having a "wild" marathon party with five women prior to the incident. A source at the hospital identified parents Martin Sheen and Janet Templeton and ex-wife Denise Richards visiting. And while reports of "bricks of cocaine" poured in and worries mounted about a drug overdose, Sheen was in fact hospitalized for a hernia.

The 45-year-old actor's rep, Stan Rosenfield, said on Jan. 28: "Charlie Sheen has voluntarily entered an undisclosed rehabilitation center today. He is most grateful to all who have expressed their concern."

It was also announced 'Two and a Half Men' would go on hiatus. CBS said in a statement, "We are profoundly concerned for [Sheen's] health and well-being, and support his decision."

Sheen's rehab has been debated in the aftermath of the hospitalization, with some sources saying he refuses to go and others saying he will be treated at home. Days after the incident, Sheen reportedly text-messaged RadarOnline, writing, "I'm fine. People don't seem to get it.... Guy can't have a great time and do his job also? Bunch of turds."

A close friend of the actor told PopEater's Rob Shuter that if 'Two and a Half Men's' ratings soar following the actor's hospitalization, Sheen will be back to work in no time to collect a substantial bonus to his $1.25 million per episode salary. "If ratings go through the roof again, as they did after Charlie's incident in New York, CBS and Charlie will be out again in no time and back to his old ways," the source says. "However, if the public finally stops rewarding Charlie for his bad behavior, then, and only then, can you expect him to take the situation seriously."


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