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David Hasselhoff was released from Cedars-Sinai Medical Center at approximately 3 p.m. Sunday, after reportedly undergoing a psychiatric evaluation.

According to RadarOnline.com, Hasselhoff was being held under the California Welfare and Institutions Code 5150 that allows authorities to take into custody people who may be a danger to themselves or others, are gravely disabled or suffer from a mental disorder.

Hasselhoff's attorney, Mel Goldsman, confirmed Hasselhoff had been released, but he denied RadarOnline's report that he was being held for psychiatric evaluation.

David Hasselhoff was admitted to the hospital on Friday after suffering a seizure.

RadarOnline.com claims the "Baywatch" star's daughter, Hayley, called emergency services when her father fell ill.

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The actor was reportedly taken to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center by ambulance for treatment.

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Hasselhoff's neighbor, named only as Christian, tells the Web site, "I asked one of the paramedics how David was doing and he told me his eyes were rolling back into his head, he was drooling and that he'd had a seizure. This isn't the first time this has happened to him."

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A spokesperson for the L.A. City Fire Department confirms: "Paramedics were called to [a house] in Encino for medical aid. Paramedics arrived at approximately 11:51 a.m. and later transported the patient to a nearby hospital."

The 57-year-old had allegedly been drinking in the two days prior to the accident and saw one of his personal doctors on Wednesday after returning from a trip to Canada.

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Hasselhoff was admitted to rehab in October amid reports he accidentally hit a doctor during a booze binge. He has also been hospitalized on two separate occasions this year, reportedly suffering from alcohol poisoning.