Daisy De La Hoya's rock 'n roll lifestyle recently led her to an emergency room -- but it was reportedly for "R&R" and not an "OD."

A rep for De La Hoya has denied the Daisy of Love star was rushed to the hospital early Thursday morning due to a possible overdose, E! News reported.

"Daisy was taken to the ER early this morning suffering from delirium as a result of exhaustion," De La Hoya representative Cassandra Grill told E! News. "There was no overdose. She is fine this evening and resting comfortably."

Following a night out at Les Deux nightclub in Hollywood, TMZ.com reported De La Hoya was rushed to the hospital after paramedics responded to a 911 call for a "possible overdose."

The 911 call was made by friends who reportedly heard De La Hoya making strange noises at her friend's Hollywood Hills home, according to TMZ.com, which added she was also acting "crazy" once firefighters and paramedics arrived.

Rock of Love's second season ended with Michaels selecting Ambre Lake over De La Hoya.  In October, VH1 announced it had ordered Daisy of Love, a new reality dating series which premiered on the network last month.