Officer Madison of the Los Angeles police department tells Radar "at 7:17 this morning, there was a domestic incident that occurred in the 21200 block of Mulholland Drive."
But according to Officer Madison, no criminal charges were filed.
As Radar previously reported, the words "mentally ill" were used to describe Spelling in a shocking audio recording of the police call. It is unclear who made the call, but all signs point to Spelling's husband, Dean McDermott who was in the home at the time.
A neighbor — who exclusively spoke to Radar — says McDermott, 51, was spotted outside his home during the breakdown looking extremely "anxious" and upset as he kept his head down towards the pavement.
According to sources, Spelling, 44, broke down into what looked like a full blown panic attack.
Best friend, Mehran Farhat, showed up to the residence shortly after to console Spelling, an eyewitness told Radar.
Spelling was not transported to a hospital.
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