Hollywood actress Selma Blair was reportedly taken off a plane on a stretcher after an outburst on board a flight from Mexico.
Blair, the Cruel Intentions and Anger Management star, was allegedly removed from the Delta flight when it landed in Los Angeles because the crew were concerned about her behavior.
The 43-year-old, who was traveling with her four-year-old son, was said to have shouted uncontrollably while traveling in first class.
When the flight from Cancun, Mexico, landed at Los Angeles International Airport, the mother-of-one was taken off the plane and transported to a local hospital, the celebrity news website reported.
It said two nurses who were on board helped her and checked her bags for pills.
“She was met by paramedics at LAX as soon as her plane arrived. It looks like she had taken a combination of prescription medication with alcohol. We don’t know what sort of prescription medications,” an insider told People.
A representative did not respond to a request for comment, the website said.
Blair had traveled to Mexico four days earlier with her son.
The actress was most recently seen in the TV series The People v O.J.Simpson: American Crime Story in which she played Kris Jenner.
She also starred alongside Susan Sarandon, Sharon Stone and Courteney Cox in the film, Mothers and Daughters.