911 Call That Sent Paramedics To Hasselhoff’s Home Is Released
First Published: September 28, 2009 6:37 PM EDT Credit: FilmMagic
LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- The 911 call that sent paramedics to the home of David Hasselhoff on September 20 has been released, raising questions about why paramedics were called to the star’s home.
In the recording, which consists of two calls and lasts around 3 minutes and 20 seconds, a woman David’s ex-wife, Pamela Bach, confirmed to Access Hollywood was one of her friends, is heard directing paramedics to the home of the “America’s Got Talent” judge.
During the call, the woman goes in and out of reception as she speaks to a 911 operator.
“I’m calling because my… daughter’s…” she is heard saying before the phone cuts out.
Later Pamela’s friend claims, “The guy is 57 years old… breathing is not right and the ex-wife, the mother of Hayley is….” before the phone cuts out again.
As the woman loses reception with 911, the operator appears to call the home where they are sending paramedics.
“Hello ma’am this is the fire department. We’re on our way to your location,” the operator says.
“No, no, it’s fine,” 17-year-old Hayley Hasselhoff replies. “We’re fine here.”
Hayley then comments, “My mom’s just trying to cause something.”
“Nothing happened here at all. We’re completely fine,” she continues.
She then asks the 911 operator if he can ask the paramedics to turn around, but he notes he cannot.
“You can’t tell them to turn around? Because we’re fine here,” she adds.
A report surfaced on Sunday September 20 claiming that David Hasselhoff was taken to the hospital for alleged excessive drinking, but a source close to the actor claimed to Access that Hasselhoff decided to go to the hospital for treatment related to an ear infection, not drinking. He was released an hour after being treated.
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