Although the reason for her arrest is unknown, according to The YBF, Campbell is currently housed in the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood, California and being held on a $40,100 bail.
The sherriff's department states that although the actress is unable to receive visitors, she can receive monetary contributions.
Campbell, who is the daughter of the late prominent New York Times best-seller novelist and journalist Bebe Moore Campbell, has experienced several strokes of misfortune. There has been speculation that Campbell has been heavily involved with narcotics and may be suffering bouts of bipolar disorder, which has caused her to spiral downward, putting the brakes on a career that was on the upswing.
As previously reported, Campbell has been viewed on two videos rambling, using profanity, looking disheveled and seeming disoriented.
On Wednesday, she had her first court date.
No stranger to bouts with the law, Campbell was arrested back in June, then released just two days later.