Sitcom star Charlie Sheen has reportedly left the rehab center at Cedars-Sinai Hospital and will receive treatment at home, according to People. Sheen, 45, will rely on professionals to treat him privately at home, rather than at a facility.
"Charlie has put together a team that he trusts to help get him sober once and for all," says Mark Burg, who is also a "Two and a Half Men" producer.
Sheen's family has become increasingly concerned and is considering petitioning for a court-ordered conservatorship over his finances, similar to the one obtained by Britney Spears' parents.
Charlie, sober since returning from the hospital last week, began treatment over the weekend. "Two and a Half Men" has gone on hiatus to accommodate his treatment.