Heather Locklear Pleads Not Guilty To Attacking An Officer
Heather Locklear plead not guilty Thursday to claims that she attacked a police officer following a domestic violence call at her southern California home, according to Page Six.
The 56-year-old actress’ attorney entered the not guilty plea to four misdemeanor battery counts on a peace officer in a Ventura County Superior Courthouse. (RELATED: Heather Locklear Will Not Be Charged With A Felony Following Domestic Violence Arrest)
As previously reported, the charges stem from an incident in February when police responded to a domestic violence call at the “Melrose Place” star’s home after the actress’ brother called the cops about her and her boyfriend allegedly being drunk and fighting.
When authorities responded to the 911 call, Locklear reportedly got very upset and kicked, shouted and pushed the officers. She even allegedly threatened to shoot them.
“You f****** deserve your kids to die! You f****** deserve it! And when you find yourself in that position, think of me,” Locklear reportedly shouted. “I hope no one f****** burns your entire department down, your f****** police department … If you ever come back to my house I will shoot you.”
A search warrant was later issued on her home in search of a gun that is registered to her, but no weapon was found.
She was not charged with a felony domestic violence charge, but she was arrested.
A pretrial hearing has been set for June 7.