In a bizarre video posted on TMZ, "Saved by the Bell" star Lark Voorhies denied her mother's claims in a recent People magazine story that she is suffering from bipolar disorder. But Voorhies was hardly coherent in the video shot in Los Angeles this week, where she appeared in a parking lot of some sort with a male friend.
When asked whether the People magazine story was true, Voorhies stammered out: "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?"
The 38-year-old actress appeared to be dazed and had difficulty completing her sentences. When asked about her spirituality, Voorhies said: "We're all built on it. We're all in tune to its calling and informant connection. I think that pretty much completes statement regarding that context."
Voorhies played Lisa Turtle on the long-running hit '90s series "Saved By the Bell." Earlier this month, the star's mother, Tricia Voorhies, said she was worried for her daughter's health. "There are things that have traumatized her. I care deeply about my daughter and I want her to resume her life."
Watch the video below to see Voorhies' reaction: