LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – Maia Campbell tape allegations are resurfacing today, three years after Campbell’s alleged video drew outrage from fans. Maia Campbell is best known as Tiffany Warren for the seventy-two episode show In The House. Campbell’s last acting appearance was in Sorority Sister Slaughter in 2007. But today, Campbell is battling a new round of tape allegations.
In 2009, Maia Campbell was the subject of alleged video clip (still on YouTube) that drew outrage from fans. With nearly a half million page views to date, Maia Campbell fans were furious at both the person who recorded the video purportedly in Los Angeles and then uploading it at the time. BET would later claim that that the female in the video clip was Campbell.
With appearances in Sister, Sister, Moesha, and Beverly Hills 90210, Maia has since rebounded from her difficult times and loss of her mother, BeBe Moore Campbell. BeBe won praise for her writings on mental health in her 2003 book – “Sometimes My Mommy Gets Angry” – Bebe’s first children’s novel. The book would win the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI) Outstanding Literature Award that year.
Campbell has since turned herself around. But one website is making allegations about another purported tape allegedly set to surface online. The tape’s existence has not been verified. Campbell has yet to comment about the latest allegations.
Campbell has recently released a new music single, “Make Em Say”. In a recent news interview detailed by BET, Campbell states “I know the last time everyone saw me, I was way out there on the other stretch of the road”. She said times have changed. “I got myself together, I’ve been sober for two years and I’ve been stable and very [aware] of how this industry works. I’ve been in this industry since I was a little girl so I’m a professional. I am very able to jump back into these waters and swim deep and get it in. So let’s get it poppin’.”