Haley Joel Osment has put
in enough face time with the doctors.
18-year-old actor was released from Pasadena's Huntington Memorial Hospital Friday
after being treated for a broken rib and arm lacerations he suffered in a Thursday
morning car crash.
"Haley has been released from the hospital and
is resting comfortably at home," his agent, Meredith Fine, said in a statement.
Osment, who's been somewhat off the radar
since appearing alongside Robert Duvall and Michael Caine in 2003's Secondhand
Lions, was driving to his Los Angeles-area pad at about 2:10 a.m. when his '95
Saturn jumped a curb, collided with a four-foot brick pillar and flipped over.
The L.A. County Sheriff's Department said
yesterday that there was no reason to suspect that illegal substances had anything
to do with Osment's accident, but no cause was suggested as to why or how he lost
control of the car. The Sixth Sense star was wearing a seatbelt, Fine said, contrary
to early reports stating he wasn't strapped in.
who has also recently been seen in child-star mode in those Walker, Texas Ranger
clips that Conan O'Brien likes to play on Late Night, recently wrapped production
on the high school basketball drama Home of the Giants.