Charlie Sheen was hospitalized after he suffered an "adverse allergic reaction" to medication early Tuesday in New York City, his rep told TVGuide.com.
"What we are able to determine is that Charlie Sheen had an adverse allergic reaction to some medication and was taken to the hospital," Stan Rosenfield said in a statement.
The 45-year-old Two and a Half Men actor was discharged Tuesday evening and on his way back to Los Angeles.
A law enforcement official told The Associated Press that Sheen checked himself into a hospital for a psychiatric evaluation after a woman told police he threw furniture in his hotel room.
Officials were sent to The Plaza hotel early Tuesday morning in response to a call involving an intoxicated male acting disorderly, a spokesman for the New York Police Department told TVGuide.com. The man, whom the official declined to identify, was not charged or arrested, but transported to a hospital.
A call to Sheen's lawyer was not immediately returned.
In August, Sheen was ordered to 30 days in rehab after pleading guilty to third-degree domestic violence stemming from his Christmas Day dispute with his wife, Brooke Mueller.