Lisa Robin Kelly is now a 'That 70s' train wreck after she was recently arrested on a domestic assault charge regarding her roommate. It was previously reported that she was booked on spousal abuse, but the man she allegedly attacked is a male roommate who claims to have been victimized by the troubled former television actress.
Lisa Robin Kelly maintains that she didn't attack her roommate and says that "he must have harmed himself," regarding the apparent injuries that man sustained during the alleged attack. In the mug shot resulting from this latest arrest, it appears as though the woman has a busted lip, as though she had been hit in the face. Could the roommate have hit her as well? Did he instigate the physical altercation or was this the product of him blocking in defense from an attack?
For those of you who don't know who this woman is by now (even though the title gives you a derpy hint), she played Eric Foreman's sister on the hit television series That 70s Show. She was cut from the show later in the series for unknown reasons and replaced with another blonde actress. To be honest, it seemed like a clever attempt at making references to how old shows in the '70s and '80s used to replace cast members without saying a word to their viewers. Remember the show Three's Company and how Jack's roommate Chrissy was played by both Suzanne Somers and some other blonde? Yeah, something like that. Anyway, maybe Lisa R. Kelly's disappearance from the show had more to do with her lifestyle and criminal tendencies than any clever referenced joke.
She's been arrested before for drunk driving and from the looks of her photos she has certainly been on a rollercoaster of sorts since leaving the cast of That 70s Show. It's truly a shame, but it also kind of feels like you're witnessing the future of Lindsay Lohan. Eerie.
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