Owen Wilson In Hospital After Attempting Suicide

Hollywood actor Owen Wilson was rushed to hospital on Sunday after allegedly attempting suicide. Star magazine and the National Enquirer claim the 38-year-old actor was taken to St. John's hospital in Santa Monica, Calif. by ambulance after police and paramedics responded to a 911 call from Wilson's home shortly after noon.

Owen Wilson sliced his wrists and attempted to commit suicide a new report from the National Enquirer and Star Magazine claims. In what sounds like a tragic and horrible situation the report on the website details that Wilson was hospitalized after attempting suicide citing sources.

The Enquirer reports that Wilson was transported to St. John’s hospital in Santa Monica , Calif. on Sunday, August 26, by ambulance. Sources tell the entertainment magazine that that he "sliced his wrists and also took an indeterminate amount of pills."

The report claims that he was discovered by a family member who summoned help. Police and an ambulance responded to a 911 call from Owen's house around noon on Sunday. Witnesses claims that his wrist was sutured and bandaged at the hospital.

Owen was brought in to St. John's in very serious condition. Police were on the scene immediately as was a criminal defense attorney, believed to be working for Wilson. Some of Owen’s family was with him.

Wilson was stabilized at St. John's.

Update: TMZ has this: Santa Monica Police issued the following statement: "On Sunday Aug. 26. 2007 at 12:10 pm officers from the Santa Monica Police Department responded to a medical assistance call from the Santa Monica Fire Department at the 900 block of 23rd Street.

The person was transported to a local hospital where they are being treated." TMZ has learned the 911 call came in at 11:59 a.m. to the L.A. Fire Department.

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