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They Tried to Make Her Go to Rehab, But Heather Locklear Said No, No, No

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Heather Locklear's family reportedly wants her to go rehab but for right now she's telling them no, no, no.A source tells TMZ that Locklear is opposed to going to rehab to deal with substance abuse issues. It's rumored that a dangerous mix of prescription drugs and alcohol prompted Locklear's sister to call 9-1-1 this week. Locklear spent the night at the hospital and was all smiles as she was discharged yesterday, but her family wants her to seek serious treatment at UCLA medical center. TMZ's source says Locklear doesn't want to go to any rehab facility.

Publicly, Locklear's family is saying that everything is just peachy: "She is in no danger, and she's going to be just fine," Bill and Diane Locklear said in a statement issued by Los Robles Hospital & Medical Center on Friday.