Charlie Sheen's Rep Blames "Allergic Reaction" for Hospitalization
Charlie Sheen was hospitalized early Tuesday morning in NYC because he "had an adverse allergic reaction to some medication," his rep tells UsMagazine.com.
The actor, 45, "is expected to be released tomorrow."
Tables and chairs had been thrown around in his suite and a chandelier also was damaged, sources told the Post.
The paper cites sources who claim Sheen told police he had been "out partying" and flipped out when he returned to his room and couldn't find his wallet.
TMZ reports he was "emotionally disturbed" when he arrived at the hospital.
Police spokesman Paul Browne tells the Associated Press no complaints were made and no arrest was made. No criminal charges are expected, either, he said.
Earlier this year, Sheen was ordered to 30 days in rehab after pleading guilty to a misdemeanor assault charge in his domestic violence case involving estranged wife Brooke Mueller.