The troubled Melrose Place alum Heather Locklear is focusing on the positive four days after she pleaded no contest to eight misdemeanor offenses of battery and resisting officers, according to multiple reports. A judge found her guilty and ordered her into a residential treatment program in lieu of jail.
On Tuesday, Locklear posted a shot on Instagram that featured flowers, a picture of a dog, a painted drawing with the word "Mom" on it and an inspirational message that read: "You're still sober. Keep that sh** up."
She captioned it: "So grateful."
Locklear is set to enter the treatment program by September 6th and will stay for 30 days. The case stemmed from two domestic incidents last year. In early November, she was placed on a 5150 psychiatric hold, and in May of 2019, she went back into rehab.