Heather Locklear left a Ventura County, Calif., jail Monday on a $20,000 bail bond following her arrest Sunday night.
The “Melrose Place” actress was charged with two misdemeanor counts of battery against police and emergency personnel.
Ventura County Sheriff’s Office online records confirm that Locklear, 56, was arrested around 11:30 p.m. PT Sunday night and booked just after 2 a.m. Monday. Sunday’s arrest came just one week after Locklear was hospitalized following a 911 call.
Heather Locklear‘s life just keeps hitting a new rock bottom. The 56-year-old actress was arrested yet again on June 24, this time for allegedly punching a sheriff’s deputy who responded to a 911 disturbance call at her Thousand Oaks, CA home. She then reportedly kicked an EMT as they attempted to put her on a stretcher. The former Melrose Place star was allegedly highly intoxicated at the time and has since been hit with 2 charges of misdemeanor battery upon an officer and emergency personnel. She’s still facing four counts of allegedly hitting deputies during a March search of her home following another battery call, so now Heather is looking at some serious jail time!
Heather has since bailed out of jail and reportedly checked into rehab for alcohol issues. She did the same thing in March after allegedly hitting deputies serving a search warrant looking for weapons at her home following a Feb. arrest for a domestic violence incident where she allegedly punched boyfriend Chris Heisser. This is now her seventh trip to rehab and third time this year after also undergoing treatment in January. Troubled Heather was arrested last week for allegedly trying to choke her parents and was placed on a 72-hour involuntary psychiatric hold after allegedly threatening suicide.
A decade ago, in 2008, Locklear had been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence. However, those charges were later dismissed and she was sentenced to three years of informal probation and ordered to pay a $700 fine.
A source told Fox News, “She isolates herself, which only feeds into the other issues. Of course, you can’t force someone to get help — they have to want to — but it’s hard for someone who is sick to make smart choices and keep at it. She has family and friends who are desperately trying to help.”
Locklear is best known for appearing on “Dynasty” and “T.J. Hooker” in the 1980s and “Melrose Place” in the 1990s.
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