“That ’70s Show” star Lisa Robin Kelly has done it again! The former Laurie Forman is once again stirring up trouble, but this time outside Wisconsin. The 43-year-old actress was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence near Burbank, Calif., Saturday.
TMZ reported the troubled actress had a run-in with law enforcement around 11:30 p.m. local time. In connection with some of her past arrests, Kelly denied any wrongdoing, but it will be pretty hard for her to fight the charges this time around. Kelly allegedly had her car parked on the 5 freeway -- blocking a lane of traffic. A source told TMZ that when police arrived, they reportedly saw signs of alcohol, prompting them to conduct a field sobriety test, which Kelly supposedly “bombed.”
Unfortunately, the actress has a history with the authorities. In August 2010, Kelly was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol, which led to her being placed on unsupervised probation for 12 months, as noted by TMZ. In March 2012, Kelly was arrested on suspicion of felony spousal abuse and released on $50,000 bail before the charge was eventually dropped, as pointed out by the Los Angeles Times. And in November of the same year, Kelly and her 61-year-old husband were taken into custody in North Carolina after allegedly getting into a violent altercation at their home that led to her being charged with assault.
Kelly’s most recent arrest comes only a day after she took to Twitter to give her followers an update on her life:
Morning! — feeling happy
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— Lisa Robin Kelly (@LISAROBINKELLY) June 21, 2013
Last December, Kelly posted on her Facebook page that she was getting back into acting and was hoping to be working again soon. “I look fine, I’m sober and married,” she said. “I’m not selling out to do lame projects or appear on gossip shows or anything of that nature.”
Kelly became well-known for her stint as Eric Forman's sister, Laurie, on “That ’70s Show.” Her character was a romantic interest for Ashton Kutcher’s Kelso, but she was mysteriously replaced in season five.