Jodie Sweetin
Pictured: Jodie Sweetin on March 12, 2017 in Los Angeles. Getty Images

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. After cops found the weapon, they looked up Hodak’s history, revealing he was a felon and his possession of the gun was illegal. Upon his arrival to the house, Hodak was arrested and bailed out a few hours later.

News of the incident comes three days after a representative for Sweetin announced the two would be splitting up. “We can confirm that actress Jodie Sweetin and her fiancé Justin Hodak have ended their relationship,” a statement read. “She appreciates everyone’s understanding for their need for privacy at this time.”

After two years of dating Sweetin and Hodak announced their engagement in January 2016. “We reconnected a little over two years ago,” Sweetin, 35, told People. “It’s been really good ever since.”

According to Candace Cameron Bure, who plays D.J. on Netflix’s “Fuller House,” work on Season 3 has already begun with the cast having done a full script read-through all ready. “The table read went great, we’re excited to get together,” she told Entertainment Tonight.

As for what fans can expect during the new season, in late-2016, series creator Jeff Franklin teased that the original “Full House” home may make an appearance. “We would take advantage of the fact that I now own the house, and we could go up there and shoot some new footage and maybe bring the cast up and shoot with them up there,” he told The Hollywood Reporter.