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Charlie Sheen Hospitalized Due to Ear Infection

November 2, 2012 (9:09 am) GMT
According to sources, the 'Scary Movie' actor was admitted to hospital due to ear infection, not drug issues.
Charlie Sheen

was treated in a hospital because of a severe ear infection, sources have said. It shot down rumor saying that the actor was hospitalized because of drug issues. Due to his health problem, the actor missed his work on the set of "" on Tuesday, October 30 and Wednesday, October 31.

The sources told TMZ that Charlie flew to NYC on Saturday, October 27 and brought his children, Sam Sheen as well as Lola Sheen, to see their mother . He suffered from the ear infection after going back to Los Angeles the next day. The "" actor has now recovered and has been back to work on Thursday, November 1 for a table read with the the rest of the "Anger Management" stars.

The actor also experienced similar infection in December 2011 when he was in Las Vegas. According to some sources, the infection was was worsened because he took a flight.

At the time, he was still a lead actor of "" and was unable to go to the set. According to a doctor from Warner Bros., he had a "serious, ongoing ear problem."

Apart from the on-going "Anger Management" TV show, Charlie has several movie projects. He is filming "" and is going to star in "" as the U.S. President.

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