Did Lark Voorhies Slam Her Ex Jimmy Green in Epic Instagram Rant?
By Antoinette Bueno
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Lark Voorhies is claiming she got hacked after a scathing rant about her ex, Jimmy Green, appeared on her Instagram account.
The 41-year-old Saved by the Bell star appeared to slam Green in a lengthy post, which addresses everything from rumors about a possible sex tape to the smell of his manhood.
"To whom this may concern. I am single! Jimmy couldn't fork up a dime for our divorce," the post reads. "There's an active restraining order that he continues to violate. No sex tape even physically exists. Do you really think he could afford a camera? I gave him money multiple times and put minutes on his Obama phone. You better take a U-Turn on that bus. Everyone in Pasadena knows you're a joke. Gang Member? You lost your job at Taco Bell. Your penis is NOTHING to brag about! Is it normal for a penis to smell like corn chips?"
The comment goes on to say that Voorhies is an "amazing author" with three books on Amazon, and that she's currently working on a short film she wrote and directed, as well as her own album.
"I'm too busy to interact with you bugaboos," the comment concludes. "Take care and god bless! LV"
The actress later claimed on Twitter and Instagram that she was hacked. "I truly apologize!" she Instagrammed. "It seems as though my Instagram account has been compromised to the most fullest. Have a blessed day! LV"
In October, ET confirmed Voorhies filed for divorce from Green, just six months after their Las Vegas wedding. But the trouble started as early as June, when Voorhies' mother, Patricia, filed for a restraining order against her then son-in-law, saying that she lived in constant fear that he might "cause her physical harm." In the filing, Patricia expressed concerns that Green, an admitted former gang member, might be taking advantage of her daughter, whom she called "psychologically, mentally, and emotionally fragile."
However, Voorhies denied this when ET spoke to her and Green in July.
"He's not," she stressed, "We're selectively together for all the right reasons."