The 35-year-old actress has split from her fiance, Justin Hodak, Sweetin's rep confirms to ET, adding that "she appreciates everyone's understanding for their need for privacy at this time." EXCLUSIVE: Jodie Sweetin Says Her'Fuller House' Co-Stars Vetted Her Fiance Sweetin and Hodak, who met through mutual friends, announced their engagement in January 2016 after two years of dating. The pair made their last public appearance as a couple at the 2017 Kids' Choice Awards earlier this month, where Sweetin told ET that wedding plans were up in the air. "Every time we think about it, it just keeps getting pushed a little bit further," she admitted of a wedding date, singing a much different tune than when she spoke to ET in August. "We're really excited," the "Fuller House" star told ET at the time.
Following an end to her relationship with fiancé Justin Hodak, "Fuller House" star Jodie Sweetin found herself in a scary situation over the weekend. After breaking up with her Hodak, he stormed out of their home and threatened to kill himself. According TMZ, the actress called 911, telling police that he had became uncontrollable following a fight where she ended their year-long engagement. Sweetin said Hodak then claimed he would commit suicide, and she became worried he actually would go through with it. When police finally arrived, Sweetin reportedly told them Hodak had a gun in one of the bedrooms.
Days after Jodie Sweetin went public with her split from fiance Justin Hodak, Fox News has learned the star's ex was arrested two times in the week prior to their breakup announcement. A rep for Sweetin told ET Friday the "Fuller House" star pulled the plug on her two-year engagement. According to arrest records obtained by Fox News, Hodak was arrested and bailed out of jail on Friday. An LAPD spokesperson told Fox News, Hodak was charged March 24 with California penal code 273.6(A) for violating a protective order. The LAPD could not provide any more information on the order.
Jodie Sweetin's ex fiance can't seem to stay out of trouble. Justin Hodak was arrested Monday for violating a restraining order, according to arrest records obtained by Fox News. This was the third arrest for Hodak since March 18 when he was arrested for California penal code. He was also arrested March 24 for violating a protective order. Hodak's legal woes come days after Sweetin went public with their split.
Somehow Elon Musk has found the time to start another company. The company will be the vehicle for the development of the "neural lace" Musk discussed on Twitter and elsewhere, according to the The Wall Street Journal. The "neural lace" Musk has talked about is typically described as an implant or an appendage that would be attached to the brain, that would provide a way for brains to interact with devices, or otherwise augment human intelligence. Speaking at the Code Conference in 2016, Musk said to think of the arrangement this way: "You have your limbic system, the cortex, and then a digital layer, sort of a third layer above the cortex that could work well and symbiotically with you." Though the lace would interact directly with a person's brain, Musk said implanting it might not require extensive surgery, remarking that it could be injected into the veins.