EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS: Heather Locklear hides her face as she leaves jail in her pajamas and flip-flops after spending the night in a cell, with her lawyer posting $20K bail following her SECOND attack on a cop this year
- Heather Locklear wore pajama pants, a sweatshirt and flip flops while being escorted from a detention facility in Ventura County on Monday by her lawyer William Haney in photos obtained exclusively by DailyMail.com
- Haney posted the actress' $20,000 bail, which she got from a bond company, after she was arrested for allegedly kicking a police officer and a paramedic on Sunday night while 'extremely intoxicated'
- The actress, 56, kept quiet and did not respond to questions about her arrest while her lawyer rushed her into a nearby car and then sped off
- Police were called to Locklear's home at 6pm on Sunday but left after determining no crime had occurred, only to be called back around 11pm at which point the alleged attack took place
- Police records show that she was booked just after 2am on Monday following a hospital check and is due in court for her first appearance on Tuesday
- She was booked on two counts of misdemeanor battery and is already facing similar charges from a February incident when she also allegedly attacked police
Heather Locklear tried her best to hide her very famous face on Monday morning as she was released from a pre-trial detention facility near her Califonria home.
The actress, 56, was outfitted in plaid,flannel pajama pants, flip-flops worn over socks and an oversized sweatshirt with a giant 'X' on both the front and back in exclusive photos obtained by DailyMail.com.
Locklear wore the hood of the sweatshirt over her face as she hastily made her way to a nearby car with lawyer William Haney, who posted her $20,000 bail.
That $20,000 came from a bail bond company a member of the Ventura County Sheriff's Office told DailyMail.com.
Both Haney and his famous client remained silent when asked about the arrest, and quickly sped away from the scene after getting into the lawyer's vehicle.
Locklear, who looked ashen and disconcerted, was initially scheduled to appear in court on Tuesday for her arraignment on two misdemeanor battery charges but that date was later pushed back to August.
She could be seen carrying the paperwork from her booking as she headed out of the facility with Haney.
Police arrested Locklear on Sunday after she allegedly attacked an officer and an EMT who responded to a reported domestic disturbance at her Thousand Oaks home.
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Sprung: Heather Locklear left jail shortly after 9am on Monday following her arrest the previous night (above)
Straight hood: The actress was escorted by her lawyer William Haney (left), who posted her $20K bail
Sartorial surprise: The actress was wearing pajama pants, a sweatshirt and flip flops with socks as she exited the facility
The odd couple: Haney posted the actress' bail after she was arrested for allegedly kicking a police officer and a paramedic on Sunday night
Lethal weapon: Heather Locklear (left in mugshot taken early Monday, right in 2005) is back in jail for allegedly kicking an officer and a paramedic on Sunday night
A member of the Ventura County Sheriff's Office tells DailyMail.com that deputies were twice called to Locklear’s residence on Sunday, first around 6pm and then again at 11pm. Those were both were dispatched as 'disturbance' calls at the time.
Deputies determined no crime had occurred after responding to the first call and left the scene.
It was when responding to the second call that deputies made contact with Locklear, who allegedly attacked an officer when he tried to separate her from other parties at the residence.
The dispatcher can be heard telling officers that a woman was cursing in the background while a man stated 'get the police here now' during that second call.
'There was a physical earlier with a female. There are no weapons inside the residence. No one else is there,' says the dispatcher.
When a member of law enforcement did arrive and try to remove the actress from a situation, Locklear 'battered that officer by kicking him' according to a fellow member of the force, at which point she was arrested.
That same officer described Locklear as 'extremely intoxicated and uncooperative,' noting that while being checked at the scene she also kicked one of the EMS personnel examining her.
Ventura County Sheriff's Office records show that Locklear was taken into custody at 11:30pm and later booked just after 2am on Monday on two misdemeanor counts of battery. Locklear was first taken to the hospital to be cleared for booking according to the Sheriff's Office.
DailyMail.com has reached out to Locklear's reps for comment. She is currently on a hiatus with the firm that handles her public relations.
Booked and bedraggled: Locklear wore the hood of the sweatshirt over her face (above) as she hastily made her way to a nearby car
Flops and flannel: An officer described Locklear as 'extremely intoxicated and uncooperative' on Sunday, noting that while being checked at the scene she also kicked one of the EMS personnel examining her.
Intense incident: It was when responding to the second call that deputies made contact with Locklear, who allegedly attacked an officer when he tried to separate her from other parties at the residence
Repeat performance: A member of the Ventura County Sheriff's Office tells DailyMail.com that deputies were twice called to Locklear’s residence on Sunday, first around 6pm and then again at 11pm
Hisotry of violence: When a member of law enforcement did arrive and try to remove the actress from a situation, Locklear 'battered that officer by kicking him' according to a fellow member of the force, at which point she was arrested
Heather hides out: That same officer described Locklear as 'extremely intoxicated and uncooperative,' noting that while being checked at the scene she also kicked one of the EMS personnel examining her
The actress had already been facing four counts of battery upon an officer and emergency personnel along with a single count of resist, obstruct, delay of peace officer or EMT for an incident that occurred earlier this year.
Locklear was arrested on suspicion of injuring a partner and fighting with sheriff’s officers at her home in Thousand Oaks on the night of February 25.
She had just returned from a trip to Boston at the time when she and boyfriend Chris Heisser began to fight.
Locklear's daughter Ava, 20, was also in the house at the time.
A search warrant that was executed at her home by the Ventura County Sheriff's Office revealed that during her February arrest, Locklear told deputies she would shoot them if they ever came to her house again.
Investigators had learned that Locklear had a gun registered in her name, and after hearing this went to seize the weapon.
The warrant states that officers were not able to locate the gun.
Bandaged: Locklear had an Ace bandage for her wrist that she held in her hand rather than wearing on Monday (left)
Covered girl: Locklear had nothing to say and will no face two more counts of battery after being charged with multiple counts earlier this year for her previously alleged attack
Paperwork: Lockler had her booking papers in hand as she headed to the car with Haney after her long night in custody
Past arrests: Heading to court: She is is facing four counts of battery upon an officer and emergency personnel along with a single count of resist, obstruct, delay of peace officer or EMT for a previous arrest in February (February 2018 mugshot left; 2008 mugshot right for suspicion of DUI)
Motley crew: Officers responded to two alleged disturbances at Locklear's Thousand Oaks home on Sunday night (above)
On the night of her arrest, Locklear screamed at one officer: 'Get the f*** out of my house!'
She did this while trying to slam a door on the man inside her home according to the Probable Cause Affidavit, which resulted in the five charges she is currently facing in the case.
Another officer reported that Locklear screamed: 'You f***ing deserve your kids to die! You f***ing deserve it! And when you find yourself in that position, think of me!'
Locklear told officers that Heisser had been choking her to the point where she believed she was about to lose consciousness and pass out.
Heisser told a different story, claiming it was Locklear who attacked him, and had red mark on his chest and blood on his nose according to the report.
Locklear checked herself into rehab after the incident, and in late May was seen smiling with Heisser as the two walked hand-in-hand into an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting in California.
Things took a turn again however just last week, when the actress allegedly battered her parents and threatened to take her own life.
That landed her in the hospital on an involuntary psychiatric hold on June 17, and she had just been released when this latest incident occurred on Sunday.
It was her mother who called police.
It is unclear now how these new misdemeanors might impact Locklear's parole given her previous arrest for the same offense.
She was on probation and due in court later this summer for her February arrest. She has entered a not guilty plea to those charges.
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