Prowler Hits Jodie Sweetin's House

Mar. 4 2018, Updated 11:46 p.m. ET

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Full House star Jodie Sweetin reportedly faced horror at her own house over a scary prowler incident! According to a website, Sweetin heard footsteps on her roof last week and called the cops.

Luckily for the actress whose classic show was updated for the reboot Fuller House, her security guards chased off the hooded man on the roof of her San Fernando Valley, Calif., property.

She called out to them for help after hearing the man walking on the roof near her bedroom.

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The man ran off when confronted by the security guards, who gave chase but lost him. Police took a report but there are no suspects yet and the trail is cold. As Radar has reported, Sweetin, 36, has called the police before.

According to booking records obtained by Radar, Justin Hodak, 40, exploded after the star ended their rocky engagement last year.

On March 18, right after ending their engagement, Sweetin called the police when the two got into an altercation, that allegedly ended with Hodak threatening to commit suicide. 

When the LAPD arrived, they reportedly found a gun in Hodak’s possession and he was arrested on a felony-level charge. There's no indication Hodak has anything to do with Sweetin's recent prowler.

But the actress had hired a 24-hour security detail this past summer after Hodak was released from prison early,  as the Daily Mail reported.

Sweetin has been married three times, but didn't make it to the altar with Hodak. Instead, the relationship ended bitterly.

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