Jodie Sweetin of 'Full House' used Just Say No to pay for drugs

jodiesweetin_290.jpgJodie Sweetin, who played little Stephanie Tanner on "Full House," is spilling all about her drug addiction.

In her memoir "unSweetined," 27-year-old former child star discusses how she used to take drugs at the same time she was a spokesperson for the Just Say No anti-drug campaign, reports RadarOnline.

"I thought for sure that one of the professors (during a speech at Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin) would take one look at me and kick me out. But none did," she writes in the book. "They wanted to hear about the trials and tribulations of Jodie Sweetin, or at least the Jodie Sweetin I had created."

Sweetin had actually been sober for a little while, but relapsed and used the money she got from speaking for Just Say No to pay for her drug habit.

"I was back to partying like I was at my worst, spending seven hundred dollars a week on meth [and] coke," she writes.

"unSweetined" goes on sale on Nov. 3.

Although Sweetin is best known for her "Full House" career, she made a minor comeback as the host for the second season of Fuse TV's "Pants Off, Dance Off."

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