Lisa Robin Kelly from 'That 70s Show' Dead at 43
That 70s Show star Lisa Robin Kelly is dead at age 43, passing away in her sleep at a rehab facility. INSIDE EDITION reports.
That 70's Show actress Lisa Robin Kelly has died. She was just 43. She passed away in her sleep Wednesday night at a rehab facility in California.
Her agent says the actress had just voluntarily checked herself in for treatment for alcohol problems only a week ago and was determined to clean herself up.
"She had been fighting demons for a while and finally lost her battle."
The actress played a bubbly blonde on the show that made stars out of Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher
Robin Kelly was fired from the show after three seasons because she had a drinking problem. She was arrested in 2012 for for allegedly beating up her boyfriend.
Robin Kelly spoke with INSIDE EDITION'S Jim Moret last year when we found her homeless, living out of her car.
Robin Kelly told Moret, "It's a felony charge for some scratch he caused on his face. I don't know what to do. I'm really scared."
Her Toyota Camry was littered with clothes and an old head shot from her glory days tossed in the back. She was still upset about that unflattering mugshot.
"First of all, I have chocolate on my face. I was arrested as I was eating chocolate," she said.
Robin Kelly had been in and out of rehab centers. She reportedly fell off the wagon recently after a dispute with her estranged husband, Robert Gilliam.
Last month she filed for divorce from Gilliam. Today, Gilliam was in tears as he told INSIDE EDITION, "I really loved her."
Sadly, it seems she couldn't put the pieces of her broken life back together.
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