Members of the Los Angeles Police Department arrived at the home of Harvey Weinstein's oldest daughter on Wednesday morning for a welfare call.
That visit was prompted by a 911 call from Lily Weinstein, 22, to authorities stating that her father was suicidal according to TMZ.
Weinstein and his daughter had been in a heated argument earlier that morning, which riled up the disgraced movie mogul so much that he began to flag down a random drive and demanded that the man take him away in his vehicle.
'You're making it worse,' Harvey allegedly screamed at his daughter, who was eventually able to get him back in the house.
An LAPD source confirmed that officers responded to a call and stayed on the scene for 30 minutes after arriving around 10:30am, and that there were no arrests.
Photos showed members of the force on the property early Wednesday.
Weinstein, 65, was expected to be in Europe by this time, with the embattled movie mogul saying on Tuesday that he was flying off to rehab to treat his sex addiction.
However, the disgraced movie executive had a change of plans and instead flew to Arizona on Wednesday afternoon from California's Van Nuys airport.