Ted Williams, the formerly homeless man who became a viral sensation for his “golden voice,” was detained with a daughter Monday night after police responded to a disturbance at a Los Angeles hotel, according to the Hollywood Reporter and Access Hollywood.

The Los Angeles Police Department confirmed to TODAYshow.com that two people were detained around 9 p.m. PT because of an alleged "yelling altercation."

Richard French, a spokesperson from the LAPD, would not confirm the identities of the individuals involved. 

The two individuals were transported to a police station, but no charges were filed and no arrests were made, French told TODAYshow.com. He said both people were released without charges and added that the investigation is ongoing.

According to Access Hollywood, Williams and his daughter were at the Renaissance Hollywood Hotel in Los Angeles, where they were staying for appearances on the "Dr. Phil" show to air Tuesday and Wednesday. The episodes have already been taped.