Fuller House Cast: 7 Shocking Real-Life Scandals

  
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From 1987-1995 Full House dominated in family-friendly television, making the cast big-time stars. Twenty-one years later, Netflix rebooted the fan favorite series with Fuller House, featuring the majority of the original cast to fan’s delight. In the years between the stars got older, and while some remained relevant others slipped from the spotlight but regardless, a lot of them found themselves embroiled in a scandal or two. With Fuller House all the rage right now, and some of these scandals hinted at in the show, take a look at 7 shocking real-life scandals involving the Fuller House cast!

7. Dave Coulier and Alanis Morissette

In 1995 famous singer Alanis Moissette released one of her biggest songs, “You Oughta Know.” The song was about one of Morisette’s ex-boyfriends and revealed some pretty private aspects of their relationships, and many were shocked when years later, Dave Coulier who had dated Morissette up until the point she recorded her “Jagged Little Pill” album, admitted he was pretty sure the song was about him. Morissette has always refused to comment on the identities of the subjects of her songs but the whole thing was actually drudged up again in Fuller House. In episode 12 of the new series Steve takes D.J. on a ’90s themed date and tells her he has Alanis Morissette “bumping” in the car to which she slyly replies “You know who that song is really about?”

Source: E! Online

Source: E! Online

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6. Candace Cameron Bure’s Abortion Comments

After becoming a born again Christian in her twenties, Candace Cameron Bure (D.J. Tanner) has been very outspoken about her beliefs and values, consistently commenting on controversial topics and getting in heated debates over it. She sparked both support and backlash when she got in a discussion on The View with Whoopi Goldberg about abortion after Ohio’s governor passed a bill to defund Planned Parenthood in the state. After Goldberg told her that “You can’t decide for some woman what she needs. I can’t decide. You can’t decide […] whatever your religious belief is.” Candace Cameron however defended the bill and her staunch anti-abortion stance, “the child has no voice. Someone has to have a voice for them.” Interestingly enough not all of the Fuller House cast members shared Candace’s views on abortion which will come later on the list.

Photo By: Derek Storm/Everett Collection

Photo By: Derek Storm/Everett Collection

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