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Lisa Robin Kelly of 'That '70s Show' Fame: I'm Innocent, Only Weigh 105 Pounds

Lisa Robin Kelly of 'That '70s Show' Fame: I'm Innocent, Only Weigh 105 Pounds

Lisa Robin Kelly, who played the promiscuous sister of the main character on the popular "That '70s Show" TV series, maintains that she is innocent and could not possibly hurt her male roommate who got her arrested for alleged domestic violence.

"He must have scratched himself or done something to himself," Kelly told TMZ about her male roommate John Michas' claim.

"I am clean and sober and I have made a lot of progress. I am completely innocent. I weigh 105 pounds. I could never hurt him. I just want to start working again," she asserts.

Kelly, who played the role of Laurie Forman alongside actors Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis, was arrested and taken into custody Saturday by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department at 12:50 a.m.

She was released on $50,000 bail, which "wiped out" the actress' account, according to her personal Facebook account.

Kelly has vehemently denied attacking her roommate in their L.A. home, claiming that her male housemate is the one who "roughed" her up. The two have been on bad terms and she allegedly wanted to move out on Friday, but was physically attacked. She was going to call the police but her roommate ran away so she decided not to pursue it, she recounted to TMZ.

But instead, her roommate reported her to a police station.

A mug shot of the 42-year-old actress shows her with smeared eye linger, bags under her eyes, and looking haggard.

This is not the first time Kelly has had a run in with the law. She was convicted of DUI in North Carolina in 2010.

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