Listen to Charlie Sheen's 911 Call

Listen to Charlie Sheen's 911 Call

Early on the morning of January 27, Dr. Paul Nassif dialed 911 on behalf of his Beverly Hills neighbor Charlie Sheen.

"I got a call from the residence of Charlie Sheen, from the secretary," Nassif, husband of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Adrienne Maloof, told the fire department. "She's saying he's very, very intoxicated, also, apparently in a lot of pain."

Describing his exchange with the actor's secretary as "kind of weird," Nassif said Sheen, 45, didn't want anyone alerting emergency services. 

"These people are afraid to call," Nassif said. "[Sheen] is in severe pain and he's intoxicated; they're very worried." 

Responding to the call, paramedics took Sheen to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center via ambulance, where he was treated and released. Reportedly the Two and a Half Men star had been doing drugs and partying for days before. He is currently undergoing rehab, according to his publicist. 

For much more on Sheen's shocking bender, hospitalization and the fallout on the set of Two and a Half Men, pick up the new Us Weekly, out now.