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Candace Cameron Bure denies wanting Miss Benny’s queer character off ‘Fuller Home’

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Candace Cameron Bure is clapping again at claims she wished Miss Benny’s queer character off of Season 4 of “Fuller Home.”

Hypothesis began when the 24-year-old posted a TikTok Thursday alleging “one of many Tanner sisters” was making an attempt to get [her] character, [Casey], eliminated and never have a queer character on the present.”

Miss Benny, who portrayed the sitcom’s first homosexual character for 2 episodes in 2018, claimed she was “sat down by the writers and the studio to mainly warn” her about this forged member.

She was “warned and ready” that the particular person’s fan base may “be inspired to focus on” her.

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Candace Cameron Bure responds to homophobia allegations on “Fuller Home” set.

Whereas the “Glamorous” star didn’t title Bure within the footage, she included the 47-year-old, who portrayed D.J. Tanner on the present, as a hashtag within the caption.

Bure subsequently informed Folks in an announcement that she “by no means requested Miss Benny’s character to be faraway from ‘Fuller Home’ and didn’t ask the writers, producers or studio executives to not have queer characters on the present.”

The previous “View” co-host continued, “‘Fuller Home’ has at all times welcomed a variety of characters. I believed Miss Benny did a terrific job as ‘Casey’ on the present.”

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Miss Benny alleged that “one of many Tanner sisters” actresses wished her off the present.
Miss Benny on "Fuller House"
The 24-year-old performed the sitcom’s first homosexual character, Casey, for 2 episodes in Season 4.
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The actress alleged that the forged member “wasn’t keen” to talk to her.

Earlier than wishing Miss Benny “solely the most effective,” Bure acknowledged, “We didn’t share any scenes collectively, so we didn’t get an opportunity to speak a lot whereas filming on set.”

In Miss Benny’s video, the YouTuber alleged that the particular person in query wasn’t “keen to speak to” her in any respect, claiming she “has solely had a dialog with one of many Tanner sisters,” believed to be Jodie Sweetin.

Netflix has but to reply to Web page Six’s request for remark.

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In her denial, Bure stated she and Miss Benny didn’t “discuss a lot” on set.

The backlash comes one 12 months after Bure made headlines for a feud with JoJo Siwa, who referred to as the “Full Home” alum the “rudest movie star” she has ever met.

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Bure apologized to the singer, however their conflict raged on when she spoke about “preserve[ing] conventional marriage on the core” of her Nice American Household partnership in November 2022.

“Actually, I can’t consider after every little thing that went down just some months in the past, that she wouldn’t solely create a film with intention of excluding LGBTQIA+, however then additionally discuss it within the press,” Siwa wrote through Instagram on the time of the “impolite and hurtful” quotes.

Candace Cameron Bure, Andrea Gibson and Jodie Sweetin on "Fuller House" set
“‘Fuller Home’ has at all times welcomed a variety of characters,” Bure informed Folks.
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Notably, Sweetin, 41, confirmed her assist for the “Dance Mothers” alum on the time, writing, “You realize I really like you.”

In February of the next 12 months, Bure spoke about coping with “tough” cancel tradition as a Christian in Hollywood on the “Unapologetic with Julia Jeffress Sadler” podcast.

“It’s necessary that we don’t again down,” she stated, praising her youngsters for “sticking to the reality.”

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