Lisa Robin Kelly, known for her role as Laurie Foreman on That 70s show, was arrested on Saturday night on felony charges of corporal injury on a spouse. The 42-year-old actress was released on $50,000 bail.

Kelly was arrested by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department on March 31 at around 12:50 p.m. Unfortunately for Eric Foreman's on screen sister; this wasn't her first run in with the law. The actress had been arrested in August 2010 for a DUI.

Kelly isn't the first cast member of the former hit Fox sitcom to land in some hot water. Take a look at the history of some of the other stars of That 70s show.

Tommy Chong (Leo)

Tommy Chong who played stoner Leo on That 70s show got into a bit of trouble through his California company, Nice Dreams Enterprises. A raid on his home found almost a pound of marijuana, reported the Post-Gazette. In 2003 a judge fined him $20,000 and gave him nine months in jail for distributing thousands of bongs and marijuana pipes on the Internet.

According to the Post-Gazette, due to his sentence the actor lost the Internet domain name,, drug paraphernalia and $103, 514 in cash.

Although he played a stoner on the sitcom, Chong said in a statement that I play a loser for laughs. My movie, 'Up in Smoke,' was made 30 years ago. I couldn't make that movie today. I'm not that person anymore.

Chong was absent from That 70s show while serving his sentence but returned upon completing his time.

Mitch Hedberg (Frank)

Mitch Hedberg, a stand-up comedian, guest starred as Frank, the cashier at hang out spot, the Hub. Hedberg had been arrested in 2003 for possession of heroin. The comedian was found dead at the age of 37 in 2005. According to USA Today, Hedberg died of an accidental drug overdose from a mix of cocaine and heroin.

Lindsay Lohan (Danielle)

Lindsay Lohan guest starred in two episodes of That 70's Show as Danielle. In May 2007 the actress was arrested on a misdemeanor drunken driving charge. Another arrest followed in June 2007 when she was once again charged with drunken driving, along with cocaine possession and driving with a suspended license, reports CNN. In October 2009 an arrest warrant was issued, but later dropped. Another warrant was issued in May 2010 when Lohan missed a required court hearing. In February 2011, Lohan was charged with felony grand theft. April of that same year had Lohan being sentenced to 120 days in jail for the theft violating her drunken driving probation. This past march Lohan's felony probation finally ended.

Danny Bonaduce (Ricky)

Bonaduce guest starred in two episodes of That 70s show as Ricky. Bonaduce had been arrested in 1990 for attempting to buy Cocaine, and was arrested again in 1991 for robbing and beating a transvestite prostitute.