'Two and Half Men' on Hiatus, 'Not Affected' by Charlie Sheen's Hospitalization
The actor is being treated for "severe abdominal pains."
Charlie Sheen's hospitalization won't affect production on Two and a Half Men.
The show is on hiatus until February 1, sources close to the production confirm to The Hollywood Reporter. “Production is not affected at this time,” one source adds.
TMZ reports he was taken out of his home on a stretcher and loaded into an ambulance at 7 a.m. and transported to Cedars-Sinai Hospital in L.A.
A 911 call was placed at 6:35 a.m.
"All I know is he was having severe abdominal pains and went to the hospital," his rep, Stan Rosenfield, tells THR.
The CBS hit was forced into hiatus after Sheen entered rehab in February 2010.
He was arrested in New York City last October for allegedly trashing his room at the Plaza Hotel.
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