Stahl allegedly emailed friends on Friday, apologizing for his disappearance, but letting them know that he was fine. He said that he was planning to seek treatment and would be out of contact for 30 days.
His wife, Rose, filed a missing persons report with the Los Angeles Police Department on Monday. She did not reportedly receive the email from Stahl.
The couple has been separated since January, according to court papers filed by Rose in February. At the time, she asked a judge to limit her husband's visitations with their 2-year-old daughter, Marlo, to eight supervised hours per week. She also asked that Stahl pass a test to prove that he hadn't taken drugs or alcohol in the previous 24 hours prior to seeing their daughter.
Despite the email, the LAPD has not closed the missing persons case.