The troubled actor won't be in a traditional facility as he's treated by a team of professionals
Charlie Sheen isn’t being treated in a traditional facility for his latest round of rehab, relying instead on professionals who’ll help him in private, his manager tells PEOPLE.
“Charlie has put together a team that he trusts to help get him sober once and for all,” says Mark Burg, who is also a producer of Two and a Half Men.
Sheen, 45, began treatment over the weekend after more widely reported partying and a trip to the hospital with abdominal pain.
His highly successful show is now on hiatus during his rehab. Burg says that CBS and Warner Bros., the studio behind the show, will “work around Charlie’s sobriety schedule.”
“Everybody hopes his recovery is quick and new episodes are back on the air as soon as possible,” says Burg.