‘That ‘70s Show’ arrest yields a classic celebrity mug shot

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You gotta give Lisa Robin Kelly this much: When the former ‘That ‘70s Show’ actress was under arrest, she managed a smile for the camera.

That’s a smile despite what was sure to be a fairly atrocious mug shot -- and, much more seriously, despite her arrest on a felony charge of corporal injury upon a spouse. The actress is shown below in happier (or at least lovelier) times.

Details are sketchy on the incident that led to the arrest Saturday. And the identity of Kelly’s spouse is unclear.

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In 2010, Kelly had another mug-shot photo op after being arrested for driving while intoxicated -- a charge to which she pleaded guilty. She was sentenced to 12 months of unsupervised probation and ordered to pay a fine, according to TMZ.

Kelly, now 42, played Eric Forman’s (Topher Grace) sexy blond sister, Laurie, in ‘That ‘70s Show.’ According to IMDb, she left the show in the third season; her character planned ‘to attend beauty school.’

She was ‘invited back’ by producers at the end of the fifth season and was seen in a few more episodes but was replaced at the beginning of the sixth. Christina Moore then filled the sexy-blond role on the series that starred the likes of Grace, Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis and Wilmer Valderrama.

After her ‘70s Show’ episodes in 2003, Kelly’s lone screen credit, according to IMDb, was a short comedic film in 2005, ‘The Food Chain: A Hollywood Scarytale.’

In the video below, Kelly talks boxing with Christina Applegate on ‘Married With Children.’


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Photos, from top: Lisa Robin Kelly in a police booking photo taken Saturday in Los Angeles; Kelly in the 1998 film ‘Young Hearts Unlimited.’ Credits: Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department / Getty Images; Fox Family Worldwide Inc.