Fighting Back! Jodie Sweetin RIPS Ex-Fiancé In Breakup From Hell

Mar. 31 2017, Published 2:01 p.m. ET

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Jodie Sweetin’s nasty split from her ex-fiancé is getting even more toxic! After Justin Hodak was arrested for violating a restraining order, the Fuller House star fought back by slamming him on social media.

As Radar reported, Sweetin, 35, requested a temporary restraining order against Hodak earlier this month.

“He threatened to sell potentially embarrassing pictures of Sweetin that he has on his phone,” she wrote in the filing. “Hodak shall not release to any other person, post on social media or website, sell, or otherwise publish any pictures of Jodie Sweetin in his possession.”

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Sweetin also accused him of abusing drugs, claiming he had began using steroids and testosterone supplements, which “made his temper worse.”

She also said of a March 18 incident that police arrived to her home when he “said he was going to take a 9-millimeter pistol with him, and use it to kill himself.”

Sweetin was granted the temporary order, along with her parents, assistant and daughters Zoie and Beatrix.

He was arrested on March 27 when he violated the restraining order.

The troubled actress spoke out for the first time regarding the split in an Instagram post.

“Thank you so much to everyone who has reached out over the past two weeks,” she captioned a photo with her two daughters. “It's definitely been a roller coaster, but with amazing family, friends and fans, I'll be just fine! These two little loves are my everything and we will make it through!! Thank you for all the love!!”

Sweetin and Hodak split earlier this month after two years of dating.

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