The 911 call on the night Demi Moore was taken to the hospital has been released.

During the call, Demi's friend tells dispatch:

    "She smoked something ... and she seems to be having convulsions of some kind. She's semi-unconscious ... she's convulsing ... she's burning up."

As for whether this was accidental or on purpose, the caller tells 911 dispatch:

    "She smoked something and the effect was accidental."

Demi's friend then adds, "She's been having some issues lately."

The St. Elmo's Fire star was admitted to the hospital on Monday night, after the unnamed friend called 911 at 10:49 p.m.

The 49-year-old actress was doing "Whip-its", gaseous canisters of nitrous oxide often inhaled from whipped cream dispensers, when she suffered the attack, according to TMZ.

Moore’s publicist declined to comment on the reports of substance abuse, but did say she is seeking treatment for "stress and exhaustion.”