Lark Voorhees, who is best known for her role on the television show "Saved By The Bell" as Lisa Turtle, has been trying to defend her reputation against bipolar disorder claims and most recently did an interview on "Inside Edition" to further her case. The segment was titled "Saved by the Bell Mystery," which is accurate considering all of the media coverage that the 38-year-old Voorhies has garnered within the last few months has been pretty confusing. Many are viewing these interviews and actions as a part of a bigger "meltdown" that the star is going through after her career has gone downhill.
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The Voorhies drama started in May, when she appeared in a Yahoo! interview, sporting a questionable (to say the least) choice of make-up [Video Below]. Of course this story focused more on her appearance and did not address her actions, yet. Then in October, Voorhies' mother, Tricia Holloway, told People that she feared her daughter had bipolar disorder. Lark even participated in the interview, which ended up causing harm to her case. Voorhies apparently would break off mid-sentence and start mumbling to herself as she stared off into space as if talking to someone who was not there. Voorhies explained her actions in the following statement:
"I have a strong spiritual sense. You caught me in moments of pray [sic]."
In the same month when TMZ caught up the "Saved By The Bell" actress, Voorhies reflected on the article by saying [Video Below]:
"Well I think it quite comical... I'll put it to you like this, outside contract, everything is funny. Beautiful pictures though, don't you think?"
A month later in November, she went on Entertainment Tonight [Video Below] to take her first aggressive stand against the bipolar disorder claim.
"It is a small, uh, opinionata that is getting blown thoroughly out of proportion. I have no stating reasons why anyone should worry about me. I mean, clearly I am a very strong, top-of-the-line, always-rising-to-it personage. And um, I have no worries myself, nor do I exude, exhibit or posses within my living strata...stratus any reason why someone should worry in my behalf. It's just lies. It's completely fictional."
Now with this most recent interview, Voorhies combats the rumors once again. Just like her many other attempts to prove she isn't bipolar, Voorhies comes off as kind of bipolar. When asked about reports calling her "off-base," Voorhies responds:
"It has no relevance to me, so it does not relate to me whatsoever, and I don't carry on associated...association with it. At all."
Enjoy the videos below that help document the strange meltdown of Lisa Turtle.
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