Heather Locklear appears distressed, bizarrely walks on ledge of office building

Heather Locklear appeared distressed after leaving an hour-long appointment at an office building in Malibu, Calif., last week.

The “Melrose Place” alum, who has struggled with alcohol and drug addiction, was photographed scaling the ledge of the building following her visit.

The 61-year-old actress, who was dressed in flip flops and a camo-printed athleisure set, held onto pillars for support as she maneuvered her way around the office to avoid falling into the parking lot and dumpster below.

She then ran across the street to her fiancé, Chris Heisser, 61, who had been waiting for her in the car.

Sources told the Daily Mail that those close to Locklear, who has reportedly been to rehab over 20 times, fear she may have started drinking again.

Locklear has struggled with sobriety and ultimately ended up on a psychiatric hold in November 2018 when her therapist determined she was suffering a mental breakdown after being arrested for battery of a police officer.

Around the same time, the actress and Hiesser — who were high school sweethearts —rekindled their romance. But the two broke up multiple times before the actress got sober in 2019.

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Then in 2020, the former motocross racer got down on one knee — though it doesn’t appear they are in a rush to tie the knot.

“I’m like, ‘You’re my man for the rest of my life, whether we get married or not,’” Locklear told People in 2021.

“[A wedding] is so not important. We’re together, and we love each other and support each other. And really that’s all that matters.”

Locklear shares daughter Ava Sambora, 25, with Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora, whom she was married to from 1994 until 2007.

Prior to that, she was also married to Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee from 1986 until 1993. They did not have any children together.

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