charlie sheen fiancee overdose Charlie Sheen is "in communication" with his ex Brett Rossi after she overdosed. Photo: Reuters

Charlie Sheen’s ex-fiancée, Brett Rossi, was found unresponsive in her California home after an apparent overdose this past weekend, Radar Online reports. The incident occurred just a couple weeks after Sheen and Rossi called off their engagement.

Rossi, 25, was rushed to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles to have her stomach pumped and spent the night in the intensive care unit, the gossip site's source claims. She also reportedly spent a second night at the hospital after being moved out of the ICU to regular care. No details have been released about what she overdosed on. 

A rep for the former "Two and a Half Men" star, Jeff Ballard, told People that Sheen is “aware of the overdose" and released the following statement: "Charlie and Scotty [her nickname] have been in communication and Charlie still has a tremendous fondness for Scotty and continues to wish her all the best."

Known by the nickname "Scotty" or "Scottine Sheen," Rossi, a former porn star, met Sheen in November 2013 and was engaged to him for eight months before they mutually decided to break up in October. Their wedding had been planned for this month, according to People.

At the time of their split, Sheen released this statement to E! News: "Scotty and I had a great year together as we traveled the world and crossed a lot of things off our bucket list. She's a terrific gal—but we've mutually decided to go our separate ways and not spend the rest of our lives together."

This wouldn’t be Sheen’s first experience with drugs or overdoses. The actor admitted to the Telegraph that he overdosed on cocaine in 1998 and by 2004, had gone to rehab at least six times. In 2010 a judge sentenced him to 30 days at Promises Treatment Center as well as 30 days of probation and 36 days of anger management after pleading guilty to assaulting his ex Brooke Mueller, the Huffington Post reported. In 2011, People reported that the actor claimed to have his own at-home rehab personalized to his needs.