A rep from Austin-Travis County EMS originally told us the ambulance was sent FOR the reality star -- but TMZ has now learned that's not the case.
After Brad made the call, EMTs arrived on scene to treat the man. Womack and his twin brother Chad tended to the man until paramedics arrived.
We're told the man was transported to a nearby hospital in Austin, TX where he was treated for a non-life threatening medical condition.
Gloria says the slap is different from the Amber Portwood case. She says the Amber situation involved "multiple violent and physical fights in the presence of their baby daughter." Gloria calls Chantal O'Brien's slap "an isolated instance" with no significant injuries.
But how 'bout this ... Mel Gibson is being investigated for a self-admitted isolated slap (though Oksana lost 2 veneers).
As for "The Bachelor," Gloria says, "Sex and violence are often used to sell and promote shows." Gloria calls the slap "a promotional vehicle."
You probably saw Brad Womack take a slap to the face, when he was greeted by Chantal O'Brien, who glibly told him she was delivering a violent message on behalf of all the scorned women in America.
So if Amber Portwood gets prosecuted for beating on her boyfriend, what's the difference?
Brad tells TMZ, "I think Chantal was just trying to make a statement about my past behavior and make a strong first impression, which she did. "
Brad adds, "I think what Chantal did was a light-hearted gesture which I took as such. I do not condone violence in any relationship, nor would I keep someone around who I felt truly wished to do me harm."
As Brad left the premiere party last night -- he told us the slap was, "very real and very hard." Brad also told us he didn't want Chantal prosecuted because he "deserved" it.
So what do you think?