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Jodie's Nightmare: Sweetin's Ex Threatened To Expose Her Private Photos

Jodie Sweetin's nightmare split from her former fiancé continues.

In actress' request for a temporary restraining order against Justin Hodak, she not only accused him of abusing drugs and wielding dangerous weapons , but claimed he threatened to expose "embarrassing" photos of the star.

"He threatened to sell potentially embarrassing pictures of Sweetin that he has on his phone," she wrote in the March 24 filing.

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The 35-year-old mother of two, who announced her breakup from Hodak, 40, on Friday after a one-year engagement, requested the court forbid her ex from releasing the photos.

"Hodak shall not release to any other person, post on any social media or website, sell, or otherwise publish any pictures of Jodie Sweetin in his possession," she continued.

As has extensively reported, Sweetin led a wild, reckless life before reaching sobriety in 2011. She has confessed to abusing cocaine and meth, and even drinking alcohol while pregnant with her oldest daughter Zoie, now 8. She now claims to be over five years clean.

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In addition, Sweetin ordered Hodak to move out of their Studio City home, alleging that only she was listed on the lease — and he hadn't paid any rent whatsoever.

Sweetin was granted the temporary order, though a judge determined that her manager and agent could not be protected.

However, her parents, assistant and daughters Zoie and Beatrix, 6, are protected under the order.

A hearing will be held in the case on April 14.

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