Charlie Sheen hospitalizedCharlie Sheen was hospitalized Thursday at 7AM, rushed by ambulance to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. TMZ reports Sheen was taken from his house on a stretcher.

"Two young women exited the house at the same time Charlie was taken out with a towel partially over his face," TMZ writes. A 911 call was placed at 6:35AM.

TMZ's sources say the 45-year-old 'Two and a Half Men' star was having severe abdominal pains, leading to his hospitalization. Sheen's publicist Stan Rosenfield tells TMZ Sheen was sleeping in the ER on Thursday morning.

Update: TMZ's insiders say Sheen was having a "wild" marathon party with five women prior to the incident. A source at the hospital calls Sheen's situation "serious," and parents Martin Sheen and Janet Templeton and ex-wife Denise Richards are there.

TMZ also reports that prior to the actor's hospitalization, a person showed up to Sheen's house with a designer "briefcase" containing multiple bricks of cocaine. Sheen reportedly began doing the drug for several hours. His rep says, "I can't comment because I have no idea if it's true. You choose to believe your source, I don't."

The site now claims it was a hernia that sent Sheen to the hospital and not an overdose.