Are these the pictures that drove Owen Wilson to attempt suicide? Last updated at His former lover Kate Hudson was caught affectionately kissing and cuddling her new boyfriend Dax Shepard, also a comedian, during an outing in Los Angeles.
Now many in Hollywood are speculating that it was the sight of these photographs that tipped Wilson, one of Hollywood's brightest young stars, over the edge. Friends have said that he had been deeply upset since splitting with the actress, the daughter of Goldie Hawn, shortly before Christmas last year. Wilson ended the relationship with Miss Hudson but friends said he had been regretting the decision since she began dating Shephard, also a comedian.
Wilson has not been seen with a new love since the split but has been a regular at parties at Hugh Hefner's Playboy mansion. Scroll down for more Meanwhile a police document has confirmed that the call made from Owen Wilson's house was for an attempted suicide. Although the authorities have refused so far to officially confirm reports the actor tried to kill himself, a Calls For Service report reveals the call came in as "an attempt suicide" at The Santa Monica Police Department logs show the incident was "cleared" almost five hours later at 5: The actor was taken to St.
John's hospital in Santa Monica by ambulance and treated for an overdose of pills. Santa Monica Police issued a statement on the incident: He was found in a 'semi-conscious' state by his brother and, after initial hospital treatment, was transferred to a detox unit where his condition was described as stable last night. The cuts to his wrist were said to be superficial. Scroll down for more His elder brother Andrew, 43, made the call. Witnesses said they saw the actor being wheeled out on a stretcher with bandages on his wrist.
His actor brother Luke and parents Robert and Laura were seen at the hospital, but refused to make any comment. Police, citingmedical privacy laws, refused to name the person involved in the incident.
Wilson has recently been filming Tropic Thunder, directed by close friend Ben Stiller, with whom he starred in the comic version of the TV series Starsky And Hutch. Last week Wilson agreed to star opposite Jennifer Aniston in Marley And Me, a drama about a man's friendship with his dog.
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