Heather Locklear ‘Suicide Scare’ Mystery Deepens

It’s emerged that the 911 call that prompted paramedics to rush to actress Heather Locklear’s L.A home on Saturday night was made by a male identifying himself as a doctor.

During the call – released by the Ventura County Fire Department yesterday – the man refers to the actress as his “patient” and says he fears she might be a suicide risk.

He says: “I have a patient and I have a feeling she’s suicidal, and I want someone to go there.”

He then asks the emergency workers to call him back, adding: “I want to know if someone has gone there and that she’s OK.”

According to TMZ, the doctor feared the actress could overdose on depression medication.

However, Heather’s camp has implied that the 911alert was a hoax.

“Heather is fine,” her rep told Us on Monday. “She never requested medical assistance and did not place a 911 call. Nor did anyone from her house call 911 or place a call requesting medical assistance.

“As previously stated by the Ventura County Fire Department, they responded to a call that had no merit and left almost immediately.

“No psychiatrist called 911 on Ms. Locklear’s behalf.”