There’s no Sweetin-ing this deal.
Former child star Jodie Sweetin revealed Friday that she was upset to learn her upcoming film “Craft Me a Romance” had been sold to the conservative Great American Family network, helmed by her embattled “Fuller House” co-star Candace Cameron Bure.
Sweetin, 41, claims the movie, an indie feature, was sold to the network “without her knowledge,” reported People.
“Sometimes, we, as actors, don’t have control over which network buys the projects we are in, nor are we a part of the process in which they get sold,” said the actress in a scathing statement. “So I was very surprised to learn by reading about it in the press yesterday that the independent film I worked on over a year ago was sold to Great American Family.”
The Hallmark Channel actress also slammed the network’s stance toward gay marriage.
“I am disappointed, but in keeping with my mission of supporting the LGBTQ+ family, any potential or future money made from this sale will be donated to LGBTQ+ organizations,” continued the actress.
A representative for Sweetin reiterated her statement in a message to The Post. Meanwhile, Great American Family has yet to respond to The Post with a comment on Sweetin’s stance
Sweetin’s new film, which is scheduled to premiere on the Hallmark competitor on Sept. 16, stars Brent Bailey, Maxwell Caulfield and Julie Brown.
Sweetin and her former co-star — who first worked together as young girls on the 90s family sitcom “Full House” — have exchanged jabs on social media since Bure announced her move to Great American Family, which ultimately led to Bure officially unfollowing Sweetin on social media.
In 2022, the 47-year-old actress stirred up controversy when she announced that she would be ending her contract with the Hallmark Channel for Great American Family, which she claimed was more in line with her “traditional” and religious values.
“My heart wants to tell stories that have more meaning and purpose and depth behind them,” Bure explained. “I knew that the people behind Great American Family were Christians that love the Lord and wanted to promote faith programming and good family entertainment.”
The actress also claimed that Hallmark is now “a completely different network than when I started,” thanks to a change in leadership that sought more inclusive entertainment.
Bure later defended her remarks to critics and allies of the LGBTQ+ community — including dancer and lesbian icon JoJo Siwa — suggesting that the media had “misrepresented” her.
“All of you who know me, know beyond question that I have great love and affection for all people. It absolutely breaks my heart that anyone would ever think I intentionally would want to offend and hurt anyone,” Bure told PageSix. “It saddens me that the media is often seeking to divide us, even around a subject as comforting and merry as Christmas movies. But, given the toxic climate in our culture right now, I shouldn’t be surprised.”
Bure then addressed the media and “those who hate what I value and who are attacking me online” and people trying to “assassinate my character.”
“I have a simple message: I love you anyway,” said the actress. “To everyone reading this, of any race, creed, sexuality, or political party, including those who have tried to bully me with name-calling, I love you.”