Drugs? Porn Stars? At Least a Source Says Charlie Sheen "Will Be OK"

Good prognosis following hospitalization for stomach pains after a night that reportedly involved at least the presence of drugs and more porn-industry pals

By Natalie Finn, Aly Weisman Jan 28, 2011 1:40 AMTags

Though now we're a little more curious about what landed him in the hospital, we're also pleased to deliver a positive prognosis on his condition.

A source close to Brooke Mueller tells E! News that Sheen's estranged ex has been informed that he "will be OK."

OK enough so that she can wait to see him until after she's done shooting her reality show for the day, at least.

"Brooke is currently filming for her reality show at her house and will be shooting for the next couple of hours," the source says. "She will check in on Charlie later and possibly visit him at the hospital. She still doesn't know exactly what happened or what is wrong with Charlie but she was told he is OK."

Not to worry, Sheen, who was hospitalized this morning with what his rep said were severe abdominal pains, isn't going through this alone—dad Martin Sheen and ex-wife Denise Richards were seen arriving at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center not long after Sheen was admitted.

"Thank you so much for you kind and supportive messages..it means a lot ...thank u...xo," Richards tweeted to her fans.

A Sheen pal told Extra, meanwhile, that the Two and a Half Men star aggravated a hernia injury by...wait for it...laughing too hard on set, and a source says Sheen's first words from his hospital bed were, "I'm not dying."

Very good to know.

TMZ which first reported Sheen's hospitalization, quotes a source saying that Sheen had been partying since Tuesday with a small co-ed group that included—shut up!—two porn stars and, at sometime yesterday, someone showed up at the actor's house with a briefcase full of cocaine.

Sheen's long-suffering rep, Stan Rosenfield, told TMZ he "had no idea" whether any of that was true, but that he didn't believe the website's source.

—Additional reporting by Katie Rhames

(Originally published Jan. 27, 2011 at 4:40 p.m. PT)

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