Lark Voorhies new husband is reportedly wanted by police for disorderly conduct and threatening to intimidate in Tucson, Arizona.
Lark Voorhies' new husband is wanted by police.
The 'Saved By The Bell' star's spouse Jimmy Green, who she wed in a Las Vegas chapel ceremony on April 30, is facing arrest for disorderly conduct and threatening to intimidate in Tucson, Arizona, following an incident in 2012.
A representative for the actress told PEOPLE: ''We're looking into the matter and are obviously concerned about these allegations.''
Lark, 41 - who met Jimmy, 31, via Facebook a year ago - confirmed that the pair had tied the knot last month and had honoured their love for each other in a commitment ceremony on April 1 on Friday (12.06.15).
She said in a statement: ''We have known it was meant to be for a while now and are so happy we found each other.
''I look forward to all the wonderful moments and memories we will create together. Thank you so much for all the well wishes and we appreciate them indeed!''
The raven-haired beauty - who played Lisa Turtle on the hit NBC show - is also planning another huge celebration with all their family and friends next year.
Prior to her whirlwind romance, Lark was married to Miguel Coleman from 1996 to 2004. She was also reported to have wed Andy Price in 2007, with whom she has one child.
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