According to reports, 35-year-old Maia Campbell of “In the House” fame is gearing up for a new role in an upcoming series on TV One, and she’s in the midst of good company as she continues on a more successful path as she deals with bipolar disorder.
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In the series, Maia, who is the daughter of author Bebe Moore Campbell, works alongside Cherie Johnson of “Family Matters,” as well as Ken Lawson from “The Parkers.”
In the 1990s, Maia was a star on the rise, co-starring on the hit sitcom with LL Cool J and Debbie Allen. Then everything fell apart after she stopped treatment for her bipolar disorder, turned to drugs, and was arrested multiple times. Viral videos that appeared on the Internet showed Maia disheveled and acting erratically.
In 2010, Maia was arrested for theft and sent to a mandatory mental health facility.