'Full House' Star Jodie Sweetin Down In The Dumps Wearing Sweats, Hours Before Bob Saget's Funeral
Actress Jodie Sweetin, who starred in the hit family sitcom Full House along with Bob Saget, was spotted on Friday just hours before the comedian’s funeral.
According to photos obtained by RadarOnline.com, the 39-year-old actress looked sad, stepping outside in a black hoodie and white sweatpants before her TV dad was set to be laid to rest. Holding her phone in her hand, Jodie appeared down, although it is not known who she was speaking to.
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While the spotting of Jodie comes the same day as Saget’s funeral, who played her fictional father Danny Tanner opposite her role as Stephanie Tanner in both Full House and Fuller House, it also comes only a few days after she paid a heartfelt tribute to the fallen star.
“There aren’t enough words to express what I’m feeling today. Nor are they big enough to capture even a slice of who he was,” she wrote on January 10, one day after the comedian was found dead in his Orlando, Florida hotel room.
“Bob was a wonderful human being. A human being that could drive you nuts at times, and he knew it, but who was so genuine that you couldn’t even get that frustrated,” she added.
Then, even more recently in another bittersweet message and tribute posted to her Instagram this week, Jodie promised to do one thing in particular at Saget’s funeral.
“I’ll miss you Bob,” she wrote. “I’ll make sure and tell an inappropriate joke at your funeral. In your honor. I know you would’ve wanted that. But you were supposed to be here longer. How Rude."
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, the 65-year-old comedian was found dead in his Ritz-Carlton hotel room around 4 PM on Sunday following a stand-up show in Jacksonville the night before.
Although his cause of death has yet to be officially confirmed, the police who arrived on the scene believe that he passed away peacefully in his sleep after suffering either a heart attack or stroke.