Jodie Sweetin, the protagonist of the successful series “Três é Demais”, which was screened for several years by SBT in the 90s, was thrown to the ground by a police officer in Los Angeles, United States.
The actress took part in a demonstration in favor of legalizing abortion and the video went viral on the internet. Footage shows Jodie Sweetin being thrown by an LAPD (Los Angeles Police) officer.
To help Jodie Sweetin, a group of demonstrators rush to her aid, while others warn the officers: “What’s wrong with you?” said one of the protesters. “No justice, no peace”, said the SBT star.
The “Three Is Awesome” actress then spoke with pride about her participation: “Our activism will continue until our voices are heard and action is taken. It won’t stop us, we fight for our rights.” We are not free until we are all free.”
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The three ended pretty much in 1995 and have not been reintroduced by SBT in recent years, but were so successful, viewed by over 24 million people, that in 2016 Netflix released the title “Fuller House”. With saved the series.
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Jodie Sweetin also admitted to having depression and anxiety disorders on the podcast ‘Allison Interview’: “I was not a functional person”, the actress said. “I’ve lost about 16 pounds because I’m starving from stress, and not in a good way. I just stopped eating. I couldn’t keep eating.”
The “Too Many” star added: “I have severe anxiety and depression anyway, so [a pandemia] It really didn’t help my mental health at all. I was really struggling with it and for me it was a moment where I felt really out of control,” she said, who also rose to fame after starring in ‘Fuller House’ (2016-2020).
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