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There was Meth to Her Madness

WWW- Former Full House actress Jodie Sweetin has made startling admission: she once had a daily methamphetamine habit.

The problems began when Full House ended its run in 1995, the actress told Good Morning America on Wednesday. “There is a certain sense of loss when a series ends. It is kind of hard to figure out who you are when you’ve lost your job at age 13, when that was basically how you identified yourself,” says Sweetin, 24, who played Stephanie Tanner on the series.

Seeking a “normal” life, Sweetin attended high school and college, and was married by age 20 – to a Los Angeles policeman. But two years ago, feeling bored and being unemployed, she says she began experimenting with drugs and got hooked on meth.

After a three-day “lost” weekend, reportedly followed by an intervention staged by her former Full House costars Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, John Stamos and Bob Saget, Sweetin checked herself in to the Promises rehab facility for six weeks of intense treatment.

Sweetin now owns up to “living a total double life,” she tells GMA. “I was married to a police officer – we are going through a divorce right now – he had no idea.”

As for the future? “I want to make movies, TV series, wherever the career takes me,” she says. “I really hope this isn’t the last people hear of me. In fact, I would like to make this a footnote in my career, not the end.”

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