Heather Locklear’s conclusive remarks from the court may have astonished actress — six of which were related to the battery of a police officer and EMT stemming from her June 2018 arrest — and was sentenced to 30 days in a residential mental health facility, which she must enroll in by September 6.
Once she completes the month, she’ll be on three years of informal or unsupervised probation and has been ordered not to possess weapons, non-prescribed medications or alcohol.
Locklear struggled to turn things around after the arrest, which escalated from when police were initially called to her home on a disturbance report.
She was placed on an involuntary psychiatric hold in November, which was then extended from three days to over two weeks.
In January, she split with her boyfriend Chris Heisser amid her outpatient treatment, and in May, she checked back into rehab.