Heather Locklear Appears Disheveled, Unrecognizable In New Mug Shot After Battery Arrest

Jun. 25 2018, Updated 4:12 p.m. ET

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Heather Locklear's mugshot has been released just hours after she was arrested for allegedly beating a police officer.

In the disturbing photo obtained by RadarOnline.com, the Melrose Place actress looks exhausted and disheveled. She is seen glancing away from the camera while wearing a grey hoodie, wild messy hair and no makeup.

An Ventura County deputy told Radar this morning that Locklear, 56, was "extremely intoxicated" when cops arrived at her Westlake Village, California, home on Sunday night following reports of a "disturbance."

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"They tried to separate her from the argument, and when they stepped in, she battered the deputy," the deputy said. "She punched him in the chest and stomach." Locklear was then transported to the hospital, but also managed to kick one of the emergency medical examiners while inside the ambulance.

The wild incident comes after Locklear was involuntarily hospitalized and sent for mental evaluation last week, after she threatening to shoot herself during an argument with her fiancé and her parents.

This is also not the first time the troubled performer has attacked a cop. Back in February, she pled not guilty to five misdemeanor charges against an officer. She is still facing up to 10 years in jail.

Heather Locklear was charged with two counts of battery following her Sunday night breakdown. She is currently in Ventura County Jail on $20,000 bail.

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