Parkour Predator Was Evil Love From Above For Jodie Sweetin

March 6, 2018 | celebrity | Elliot Wolf | 0 Comments

I hope President Trump doesn’t cancel video games forever after some guy attempted an Assassin’s Creed kill using Jodie Sweetin as his target. Sweetin was most likely going to rest after her Oscar worthy performance on Fuller House but became attentive and alert after hearing footsteps on her roof right above her bedroom. She does have an amazing pair of jugs but this wasn’t a case of her milkshakes bringing all the boys to the yard. My only thought is this man must have played Metal Gear Solid quite a lot to sneak past security and almost finish his mission. I don’t think he was there for just an autograph.

Jodie Sweetin was at home earlier this week in the San Fernando Valley area of Los Angeles, when she heard footsteps from someone on her roof above her bedroom.

She called down to her guards outside for help, and when her security team came upstairs, they encountered a hooded man on the roof of her house.

Police showed up and took a report on the prowler, but sources say there was no incriminating evidence left at the scene, and they’re not sure who it was.

Jodie’s ex-fiance, Justin Hodak, was allegedly involved in a similar incident last year and was ordered by the court to stay away from her, but Hodak denied being involved with this one — and there is no indication he’s involved.

Her security team should receive their Christmas bonuses early for basically saving her life. But maybe only pay them half of what they were originally going to receive as they were unsuccessful in apprehending one individual on foot. If a suspect was allowed to escape backflipping across a rooftop into an elegant slide down a drain pipe then security is to blame. All celebrity security should be trained to fully stop any stalker who may have been her ex or a rogue Matt Damon with rooftop running superhuman stuntman skills looking to give Jodie Sweetin an ultimatum.

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