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Video: Iyanla Vanzant 'Fixes' 90s TV Actress Maia Campbell

Troubled actress Maia Campbell was best known for starring in 90s hit sitcom In the House alongside LL Cool J and Debbie Allen.

But in 1998, after an ‘episode’ on set, she was diagnosed with bipolar disorder.

Shockingly, Maia’s life went on to become riddled with drugs, prostitution and crime; and at her lowest point a disturbing video of the actress was distributed online.

Admirably, Maia’s been sober for the past two years, and earlier this month sought the help of spiritual teacher and family friend Iyanla Vanzant to help clean up her tarnished reputation.

Watch some powerful clips from Iyanla’s TV show Fix My Fallen Star, aired on Oprah’s OWN above. And watch more here

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Tags crime, drugs, oprah, own, LL Cool J, Maia Campbell, In the House, Debbie Allen, bipolar disorder, mental illness, mental health, prostitution, Iyanla Vanzant, fix my life, Fix My Fallen Star
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