Family Matters costar Darius McCrary, who played Eddie Winslow, talked about why he thinks Foxworth was asked to leave the show and how it affected him. I think it was just a casualty of war, and all is fair in war," he said, the "war" being the acting and ratings landscape itself. There are just certain things that unless you're a seasoned veteran you're just not going to know [as a kid]," he said,"
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Family Matters fans were in for a treat when the majority of the iconic show's cast reunited for a photo shoot with Entertainment Weekly. It was hard to miss, however, that one of the show's young stars, Jaimee Foxworth Judy Winslow , was missing in action, and she felt some type of way about being left out of the mix. Foxworth's character was randomly written out of the series after its fourth season, and her absence from the reunion left a bad taste in her mouth. She's since spoken to The Root about it all, explaining that since she is still friends with much of the cast, she was confused by the flub.
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Since making her name on the wholesome '90s sitcom "Family Matters," Jaimee Foxworth has experienced her share of uphill battles. After four seasons of playing Steve Urkel's neighbor, Judy Winslow, Foxworth was written out of the show and left without a job. At age 19, desperate and broke, she began doing porn to make ends meet. Even after leaving the adult film industry, Foxworth continued to struggle with drugs and alcohol. In , the former child star appeared on "Celebrity Rehab" and she says she began to wean herself off of drugs and alcohol.
Last week, the cast of FamilyMatters got together for a reunion that was featured in EntertainmentWeekly. One person that was missing was JaimeeFoxworth who played little sister Judy. At the end of season 4, she was phased out of the show and no one ever saw her again until many years later when she emerged as an adult film star. Foxworth came to the conclusion that she was purposely left out of the feature after noticing the picture of now deceased Mama Winslow on the table. Sure, I did adult films, but the only people that are going to be shocked about it are kids. I did not kill anyone.