Scottish singer Susan Boyle returned home safely after the incident with the police at London's Heathrow airport.
Press Secretary Boyle, Nicola Phillips, released a statement to British media saying that the singer is at home in Scotland and feels good. The incident occurred on Monday at the terminal at Heathrow airport.
London police said they were called to terminal N5 by reports that a woman became ill. The singer threw a tantrum and had forcibly hospitalized in the hospital.
"Officers attended and spoke to the woman," the statement said. "Concerned for her health and well-being, employees used their powers in accordance with the Law on mental health and the woman was taken
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