Whenever Tracey Gold would sit down with Oprah, it was bound to be memorable. Gold, pictured here in early May 2011, first went on the show as the 16-year-old star of "Growing Pains," and the actress was in the midst of a coming-of-age battle herself. At the time, Gold was starving herself and battling anorexia. When Gold returned to Oprah in 2002, her life was also in the midst of turmoil, as her son had nearly drowned in a her pool. Yet it was her 2005 visit that brought forth some real grown-up demons. Gold went on "The Oprah Winfrew Show" to discuss her late 2004 arrest for driving under the influence, after an accident in which she drove her SUV off a freeway and injured her husband and two of her three children. It was an emotional show. "You know, a DUI is not the worst thing," Gold said during the episode. "Hurting somebody you love is the worst thing."
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