Kirsten Dunst had to rescue herself this time.
The Spider-Man heroine has checked into rehab to treat deal with an unspecified issue.
"It's sad but true. She's in treatment," a source close to the actress tells E! News. The insider declined to elaborate on the nature of Dunst's treatment or where she was.
One place she's apparently not is the celeb-friendly Cirque Lodge treatment center in Park City, Utah, despite a published report saying she was at the facility.
"Nope, not true," says Gary Fisher, the lodge's director of operations. He added that while the facility prides itself on refusing to comment on the comings and goings of celebrity patients, Dunst is definitively not, and never has been, at the center.
The denial comes on the heels of of a a People report quoting an unnamed friend of the 25-year-old claiming the thesp was "not doing well," "has been crying a lot" and surmising that "the Heath Ledger thing" was likely the impetus behind Dunst's voluntary check-in.
Star magazine was first to report the thesp was in treatment. Dunst's rep has yet to comment on the reports.
Cirque Lodge is the same facility Lindsay Lohan visited for her most successful rehab stint to date—a two-month stretch last fall during which time the starlet took long nature walks, went whitewater rafting, wrote in her journal and otherwise pieced her life back together.
Mary-Kate Olsen also logged time at the exclusive facility in 2004, and Eva Mendes has reportedly been receiving treatment there recently as well.
While Dunst has usually been one to keep her name out of the more scandalous pages of the magazine aisle, minus the requisite tabloid interest in her love life, some seemingly uncharacteristic behavior at the Sundance Film Festival had people speculating whether something specific was troubling her.
At the time, Dunst's rep issued a statement assuring that her client was fine.
A source close to the Marie Antoinette star told E! Online's Awful Truth, however, that the actress hasn't been feeling right for some time and that an old romantic wound might be part of the problem.
"She’s never really been the same since she broke up with Jake," the source said. "Never."
Dunst and Jake Gyllenhaal haven't been an item since 2004, when they amicably parted ways after nearly two years of dating. Her most recent love connection was made with Razorlight frontman Johnny Borrell, but the two split up last year.
"I don't ever want to date another actor again," Dunst said in Jane magazine's May issue, while she and the British rocker were still a couple.
"This quote is probably going to come back in my face, but I know someone who has a great saying: 'There are no actors, there are only actresses,' " she said. "Sometimes creative people can be very dark and destructive."
But she added, "I'm only saying bad things. I do know a few actors who are good and sweet and adorable."