Lisa Robin Kelly, who played Laurie on "That '70s" show, allegedly assaulted her husband during a violent incident at their home
Former "That '70s Show" star Lisa Robin Kelly is once again in trouble with the law.
Kelly, who played Eric Forman's promiscuous sister Laurie Forman (and occasional sex interest of Ashton Kutcher's Michael Kelso) on the hit sitcom was arrested for allegedly assaulting her husband in North Carolina on Tuesday night, according to TMZ.
Kelly, 42, and her 61-year-old husband allegedly assaulted each other during an altercation at their North Carolina home, according to a police report. Police told the site that there were no visible injuries, and that drugs and alcohol weren't a factor in the incident.
This marks the latest in a string of messy legal incidents for the actress, who was replaced on the Fox series for its sixth season. In March, the actress was arrested on federal charges of corporal injury on a spouse. (The charges, which Kelly denied, were later dropped.) In 2010, Kelly was arrested for DUI in North Carolina, which resulted in a fine and a year's probation.