Heather Locklear Hospitalized with Minor Injuries After Car Accident in California

by Abel Hampton September 18, 2017, 0:10
Heather Locklear Hospitalized with Minor Injuries After Car Accident in California

Heather reportedly suffered minor injuries from the vehicle accident and she was taken to the hospital by medics who arrived on scene.

Locklear was the only one in the sports auto at the time of the crash, which occurred at about 5:30 p.m.

Locklear has a history of both substance abuse and vehicular accidents.

Previously, Heather Locklear was arrested in 2008 on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol in Santa Barbara. In January, amid reports that she had checked herself into rehab again, Locklear issued a statement to Us to clear up the rumors.

Our sources say it'll be up to Heather and her insurance company to hash things out from here.

Marshall told the magazine Locklear was "under the influence of prescription medication" at the time of the incident.

The Dynasty actress is reportedly doing just fine after getting into a auto accident on Thursday, Sept. 14, 2017.

While Locklear has battled addiction issues in the past, police stated that not drugs or alcohol were inside the star's system at the time of the collision.

Locklear most recently starred in an episode of ABC's "Fresh Off the Boat". The event was hosted by the Farrah Fawcett Foundation.

Earlier this year, she also spoke out after it was claimed that she had entered rehab.

"I am feeling great and am taking steps to enrich and better my life", she said, according to E!


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