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"Full House" star Jodie Sweetin pushed into the LAPD in protest of the Supreme Court's ruling on the LA Highway

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"Full House" star Jodie Sweetin is on concrete ground from the embankment by Los Angeles police officers while protesting theSupreme Court's Law vs. Wade decisionin Los Angeles. Was pushed down to. Saturday. In a video shot by photographer Michael Adeof 

, a 40-year-old actress "throws a group of peaceful protesters to the ground while away from the freeway. "When she gathered with many activists in the city's downtown area. 

Sweetin wore a black T-shirt and black leggings. , I saw him wearing a black backpack and a megaphone on his arm. At some point in the video, Sweetin seemed to be pushed down from the dirt hill to the ground. 

She slipped on the ground and her hat returned to her head. A crowd gathered to help her stand up again. 

Jodie Sweetin was pushed to the ground during a protest in Los Angeles on Saturday. The 'Full House' star attended Hallmark Channel And Hallmark Movies And Mysteries 2019 Winter TCA Tour in Pasadena, California, in 2019

Jodie Sweetin protests in Los Angeles on Saturday. The "Full House" star is the Hallmark Channel And in 2019 in Pasadena, California. Hallmark Movies And Mysteries 2019 Winter TCA Tour(Rachel Luna)

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One protester said, "What's wrong with you?" Another said, "Jody. How are you? "

Sweetin quickly stood up and put on her hat, and she joined the chant along with other protestersnear the 101 Highway

"Hundreds of people who exercised the rights of the First Amendment yesterday and took immediate action to protest the huge unjust peaceful protests issued by the Supreme Court. I'm very proud of it, "Sweetin told Fox News Digital. 

"Our activities continue until we hear our voice and take action. This does not discourage us, it is our right. We will continue to fight for. We are not all free. Some of us are free. "

Hollywood reacts to the Roe v. Wade case. Do: "Completely Feared"

FoxNews Digital contacted Los Angeles police station for comments.

Sweetin later shared on Instagram some words written by ScottyJohns @highroadsaloon posted by @saadia_mirza.

Jodie Sweetin attends the premiere of "The Art Of Protest" at TCL Chinese Theatre on August 26, 2021 in Hollywood, California. 

Jodie Sweetin attends the premiere of "The Art Of Protest" "2021" At the TCL Chinese Theater in Hollywood, CA on August 26, 2014.  (Photo courtesy of Allen Berezovsky)

It says, "I told my wife." abortion.

"She immediately answered" yes ".

"Then she added,'There will be all boyfriends and husbands killing them because they couldn't get it either,' it's my f --- It shook the world of ing.

Sweetin She used hashtags to write, "You're not a professional life, you're just a professional birth."

Sweetin is known for playing her beloved middle daughter Stephanie Tanner. "Full House" and the latest reboot "Fuller House" 

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The decision made by SCOTUS on Friday effectively terminates the approval of the constitutional right to abortion, which has been in effect since 1973, and gives individual states the power to grant it. Is giving. , Completely restrict or ban healthcare practices. 

Jodie Sweetin starred as middle daughter Stephanie Tanner on the beloved family sitcom 'Full House'

Jodie Sweetin is a beloved Starring as middle daughter Stephanie Tanner at family sitcom'Full House' (ABC Photo Archives / Disney General Entertainment Content)

Supreme Court JudgesSamuel Alito, Clarence Thomas, Neil Gorsuch, Amy Connie Barrett and Brett Kavanaugh voted in favor of the end of the groundbreaking federal abortion protection. Judge John Roberts did not approve the end of Law.

"The majority rejected Roe and Casey for only one reason, because they always looked down on them and now have votes to destroy them," Stephen said. Judge Breyer, Judge Sonia Sotomayor, and Judge Elena Kagan wrote: Joint, dissenting opinion on page 59. 

"By dismissing Roe and Casey, this court betrays its guiding principles. For this court, but more than that, hundreds of lost basic constitutional protection today. With sadness for all American women. Disagreement. "

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Tracy Light is an entertainment FoxNews Digital writer.