This is sad, but not all that shocking: LISA ROBIN KELLY from "That '70s Show" died in her sleep Wednesday night. She was only 43. The cause of death was cardiac arrest.
(Lisa played Laurie Forman, the older sister of TOPHER GRACE'S character.)
Making things even more tragic, Lisa died in REHAB. She'd checked herself in voluntarily on Monday to fight her addictions, and her agent says she was determined to get clean.
A source says Lisa's most recent fall off the wagon came after a huge dispute with her estranged husband Robert Gilliam. He spent 35 days behind bars for assaulting her this past May. She filed for divorce from him last month. (Here's what he had to say about her death.)
Lisa had been arrested multiple times over the past few years, for DUI, spousal abuse and other offenses. (Check out some of her mugshots . . . along with a video of her on "That '70s Show", here.)
(And here's what a few of her co-stars had to say about her passing.)