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LL Cool J Reaches Out To "strung out" Co-Star After Disturbing Video Surfaces; She Rejects Help

Maia Campbell's one time television father figure must have seen what millions saw of her on the internet yesterday. A video floated around of the one time teenage television actress seemingly high, and rambling about wanting some crack. Hearts broke and cheap laughs from heartless folks ensued.

Maia starred on the series "In The House" with LL Cool J at a time that seemed like folks of color could accomplish anything. Debbie Allen played the teen's mother and they dished out valuable lessons about family, however unorthodox, making it in our version of America. We've known for years now that Maia was struggling with drug addiction, however her relapse this time must've touched the heart of LL. He sent out a bat signal to get in contact with her on his Instagram page

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