Los Angeles city officials have released an edited version of a frantic 911 call made from actress Demi Moore" href="http://www.ktla.com/topic/entertainment/movies/demi-moore-PECLB003250.topic">Demi Moore's home earlier this week.
The call was placed about 10:45 p.m. Monday from Moore's Benedict Canyon home.
It begins with minutes of confusion over whether L.A. or Beverly Hills should be handling the call.
Eventually a woman says that Demi smoked something that "was not marijuana," but was "similar to incense," and that she is "having convulsions of some sort."
"She smoked something, but the reaction was accidental," the woman tells the dispatcher.
She also says that Moore is only semi-conscious and is "burning up."
"She's been having some issues lately with some other stuff, so I don't know what she's been taking," the woman says.
"There's been some stuff recently that we're all just finding out," she echoes later in the call.
A man who gets on the phone toward the end of the call says that Moore "seems to have calmed down and is speaking."
The tape was edited to remove references to specific drugs or other substances to comply with federal medical privacy laws, according to the Los Angeles City Attorney's Office.
TMZ reports that Moore was doing "whip-its" -- a type of nitrous oxide inhalant -- before paramedics were called.
Paramedics responded and took the 49-year-old to the hospital.
Moore has been released from the hospital, and is currently being treated for what her representative says is "Fatigue" href="http://www.ktla.com/topic/health/symptoms/fatigue-HEISY000019.topic">exhaustion."
The actress was recently chosen to play feminist Gloria Steinem" href="http://www.ktla.com/topic/arts-culture/gloria-steinem-PEHST001903.topic">Gloria Steinem in an upcoming biopic about "Deep Throat" star Linda Lovelace.
Moore's spokesman released a statement saying the actress will no longer be working on that project.
The statement went on to say: "Because of the stresses in her life right now, Demi has chosen to seek professional assistance to treat her exhaustion and improve her overall health. She looks forward to getting well and is grateful for the support of her family and friends."
There has been some recent speculation that Moore was in trouble.
She has appeared extremely thin, and the actress admitted in a recent interview that she struggles with her weight and has a "love/hate" relationship with her body.
Moore also has a history of drug and Substance Abuse" href="http://www.ktla.com/topic/health/behavioral-conditions/substance-abuse-HEBEC000020.topic">alcohol abuse that go back to her early days of stardom in the mid-80s.
When her six-year marriage to Ashton Kutcher" href="http://www.ktla.com/topic/entertainment/ashton-kutcher-PECLB002882.topic">Ashton Kutcher fell apart, reportedly because he cheated on her, the focus on how she would hold up became intense.
Back in November, Moore announced she was ending her marriage to Kutcher, saying she was doing so with "great sadness and a heavy heart."
Moore and Kutcher were wed in September 2005.
The couple's relationship became tabloid fodder as rumors swirled about Kutcher's alleged infidelity.
They spent their sixth anniversary 3,000 miles apart back in September, amid tabloid reports of a San Diego fling between Kutcher and 23-year-old Sara Leal.
In 2001, tabloid reports linked Kutcher to 21-year-old Brittney Jones, but Kutcher and Moore denied the infidelity rumors at that time.
Kutcher was photographed partying with supermodels in Brazil" href="http://www.ktla.com/topic/intl/brazil-PLGEO00000132.topic">Brazil on Tuesday -- the day after Moore's hospitalization.
But a source told People (magazine)" href="http://www.ktla.com/topic/entertainment/people-%28magazine%29-01026001767175.topic">People Magazine that Ashton is "deeply concerned" for Moore.
The person also noted that Kutcher was already in Brazil to work on an ad campaign when he heard about Moore's hospitalization.
The source went on to say, "He still cares about her and wants the best for her."