Cyrus had posted a pic of the ‘Fuller House’ star back in her wilder days.
‘Fuller House’ star Jodie Sweetin has made no secret of her troubled past, even penning a no-holds barred memoir titled ‘unSweetined’. But earlier this week Sweetin had her past misbehaviour dragged up again, when Miley Cyrus posted an old, unflattering pic of the star on her Instagram.
Jodie Sweetin has responded to Miley Cyrus’ recent Instagram post.
The picture showed a younger Sweetin looking a little worse for wear while straddling an unidentified man. Cyrus had captioned the pic, ‘Current Mood #fullerhouse’. But after other users accused her of shaming the actress Cyrus added: ‘only you freaks take this as shaming! To me it looks like Stephanie is having a f•••ing gay ol time!’
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The Netflix series will feature many of the stars from the original 90s sitcom.
‘Fuller House’ the upcoming Netflix reboot of 90’s sitcom ‘Full House’ has officially begun production with the cast’s first table reading taking place on Thursday (July 16th). The 13 part series is expected to hit the streaming service next year, beginning with a special hour long reunion episode.
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen have been confirmed as not returning for the Netflix reboot.
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen may have decided they wont be moving to John Stamos’ ‘Fuller House’ on Netflix, but that doesn't mean Michelle Tanner will be forgotten. Speaking to US Weekly, Jodie Sweetin, who played older sister Stephanie on the original series, said that Michelle Tanner will "still have a presence" on the show.
Mary-Kate and Ashley are not returning for ‘Fuller House’.
"The Michelle character is still going to have a presence. It's not like were not talking about her," Sweetin said. ”I love and support [Mary-Kate and Ashley], and I think we're going to be just fine.” Sweetin also revealed that filming on the new series was set to begin next month.
Loughlin will be returning to play her role as Aunt Becky in the forthcoming Netflix series.
More casting news for the eagerly anticipated ‘Full House’ relaunch coming up on Netflix: Lori Loughlin has confirmed that she’s signed up to reprise her role as Aunt Becky in ‘Fuller House’ next year.
The 50 year old actress confirmed to People magazine that she’ll be part of the reunion, and that she’s looking forward to getting back together with her old castmates. “Doing that show was one of the best jobs I've ever had,” she said, “it was just so much fun.”
Lori Loughlin is the latest to join the 'Fuller House' reunion on Netflix
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'Full House' is reportedly set to return to our screens nearly two decades after its season eight finale aired.
Full House, the hit ABC sitcom which ran from 1987 to 1995, may return to our screens. A revival has long been discussed but it may just be around the corner with one entertainment website claiming Warner Bros. TV is considering re-envisaging Full House. Many members of the original cast are also rumoured to be reprising their roles.
John Stamos starred in Full House.
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The actress has the most unusual explanation for staying in a rehab clinic we've ever heard.
Remember Jodie Sweetin, the former Full House actress? Well, while the actress is currently in a precarious living situation, Sweetin is adamant that she is not in rehab. Well, not in the traditional sense of the word, anyway. According to TMZ, the former actress explained that she was living on the premises of a rehab facility, but only in her capacity as an employee. And if you’re wondering what kind of amazing job comes with the added bonus of a studio apartment, Sweetin had an explanation for that as well.
Sweetin isn't battling addiction.
"I work for the center and they have been really generous in helping me with a place to stay as Morty wanted me out by the end of the month," Sweetin says.
The troubled actress and one-time TV regular, Jodie Sweetin, has filed for divorce for the third time in under a decade.
It was supposed to be three times lucky for former Full House star Jodie Sweetin when she walked down the aisle with Morty Coyle in March last year, but alas her heart has been broken again as the actress has reportedly filed for divorce from her husband of just over a year. According to numerous sources online, Sweetin filed divorce papers from Coyle earlier this month at an LA court, citing "irreconcilable difference.".
According to TMZ, who first reported the news and have apparently had access to the actress' court papers, the actress is seeking full custody of their two-year-old daughter, Beatrix, 2, and also wants to take the family car with her too; a 2000 Toyota Avalon. The former sitcom regular, who played Stephanie Tanner throughout Full House's eight year run, has also requested that she and Morty split their $200 Kohl's credit card balance.
Sweetin first married in 2002, getting hitched to LA police officer Shaun Holguin in 2002, with the marriage breaking down in 2006. She then met Cody Herpin and the two quickly got married in 2007, only for Sweetin to file for divorce in 2008 which was finalised in 2010. In the midst of her second divorce she met Morty, with the two marrying on March 15, 2012 in Beverly Hills. She has one other daughter, Zoie Laurelmae Herpin, 5, from her time with Cody. Her marriage to Morty was kept secret until the two renewed their vows earlier this year.
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