Mischa Barton
Mischa Barton was recently involved in an accident. Pictured: Mischa Barton attends the British Academy Television Awards 2009 at the Royal Festival Hall in London on April 26, 2009. Reuters/Luke MacGregor

Mischa Barton was hospitalized Thursday after she behaved erratically at her West Hollywood home in Los Angeles, E! News reported. The former contestant of "Dancing With The Stars" was voluntarily transported to a nearby hospital for a mental evaluation after local authorities responded to a disturbance call.

"She was making incoherent statements that made absolutely no sense and she was transported to the hospital," West Hollywood Sheriff's deputy told E! News. Representatives for Barton did not respond to the celebrity news website's request for comment.

The actress, who is best known for her role as Marissa Cooper on the hit show "The O.C.", celebrated her birthday with friends on Wednesday.

In 2009, Barton had a "full-on breakdown," and she later spoke about it in an interview with People magazine in 2013. "It was terrifying," she said, at the time. "Straight out of Girl, Interrupted. Story of my life."

She also admitted that she "was living a jet-set lifestyle," and that "there were a lot of enablers around, people to fly you around and make it all possible."

While talking about her career, she explained that she felt under "enormous pressure" during her early years in front of the camera. She also reportedly opened up about her psychiatric evaluation that took place after she threatened to take her own life.

In 2014, Barton had expressed her regret for doing “The O.C” show. When asked by Metro if she would still do the Fox show if she had to choose again, she said, “Probably not.”

“It’s something I came so close to not doing. I had a really great thing with film. People say be grateful for what you have but it certainly not the kind of thing I was expecting it to be…I’ve kind of seen it all,” she said at the time.