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Charlie Sheen will return to work this week after being discharged from a New York hospital, his manager said.

Rep: Charlie Sheen hospitalized for "allergic reaction" to medication

"Charlie will be working this week doing a cameo role, playing himself, in a small movie as a favor to a friend and has every intention of going back to work on Two and a Half Men on Tuesday," Mark Burg told People

. "He's looking forward to working."Sheen, 45, was released Tuesday evening after a daylong hospital stay for what his rep called an "adverse allergic reaction" to medication. A law enforcement official told The Associated Press that the actor checked himself into a hospital for a psychiatric evaluation after a woman told police he threw furniture in his hotel room at The Plaza.

Charlie Sheen avoids jail, sentenced to 30 days in rehab

Officials responded early Tuesday morning to a call from the hotel involving an intoxicated male acting disorderly, a spokesman for the New York Police Department told on Tuesday. The man, whom the official declined to identify, was not charged or arrested, but taken to a hospital.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.