Lisa Robin Kelly, who played Laurie Forman on That '70s Show, passed away on Wednesday. She was 43.
The actress was staying at a rehab facility in California where she died in her sleep, according to a TMZ report. The actress, who went into cardiac arrest, voluntarily checked herself into the clinic on Monday with the hopes of battling her substance abuse problem. She had been in and out of rehab several times prior.
"I spoke to her on Monday and she was hopeful and confident, looking forward to putting this part of her life behind her. Last night she lost the battle," her manager Craig Wycoff told Fox Thursday.
Her substance abuse wasn't the only factor affecting her life. Over the past three years, Kelly had several run-ins with the law. In 2010 she was arrested for a DUI and two years later was charged with spousal abuse. In November of 2012 Kelly and her husband, Robert Joseph Gilliam, who was 61 at the time, were both arrested for assault. See a photo of her husband here.
Kelly was arrested in June for another DUI. She also filed for divorce from her husband in the same month.
"I am having a great day............,free at last ,free at last. LMFAO. I AM OFFICIALLY DONE WITH MY MARRIAGE," she had tweeted on June 23.
Kelly's new boyfriend brought her to the rehab center on Monday, according to the news report. Her boyfriend reportedly puts blame on her estranged husband for her condition.
Aside from That '70s Show, the actress also starred in 1999's Jawbreaker and the TV movie Alikes in 2002. She also made appearances on several other TV shows, including Charmed, Fantasy Island and Married with Children.