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Candace Cameron Bure Says She Moved Out of LA for ‘Security Reasons’

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Candace Cameron Bure had to move out of Los Angeles for “security reasons,” according to a recent post on her social media reported by Us Weekly

“Many of you have asked, ‘Did you move?’ Yes,” said Bure in her Instagram Story on March 24. “‘Why?’ Mostly for security reasons. Also, family dynamics have changed. The kids don’t live in Los Angeles anymore. Mama will go where they go! I travel a lot. The seasons of life.”

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Candace Cameron Bure Lives Her Convictions

​​Candace Cameron Bure is an actor, producer and Christian who is a former cohost of “The View” and starred in “Full House” and “Fuller House,” as well as in numerous Hallmark movies. In 2022, she announced she had left the Hallmark Channel and signed with Great American Family (GAF) channel. She also hosts her own podcast where she discusses aspects of Christian life with her guests. 

Bure is vocal about her Christian faith and at different times has encouraged her followers to read the Bible, be thankful, and engage in spiritual battles. She has also occasionally been the center of controversy because of her convictions. 

In 2022, Bure drew criticism for saying that Great American Family, where she serves as chief content officer, will “keep traditional marriage at the core” instead of featuring LGBTQ+ romances as Hallmark Channel had started to do. 

Bure has also dealt with a public dispute with “Dance Moms” star JoJo Siwa, after Siwa said Bure was the “rudest celebrity” she had encountered. After the two attempted to resolve their differences, Siwa continued to disagree publicly with Bure over her views on marriage. 

Bure’s former “Full House” and “Fuller House” costar, Jodie Sweetin, has said she is an advocate for the LGBTQ+ community and last year said she was “disappointed” when one of her movies was sold to GAF. Sweetin said that “any potential or future money made from this sale will be donated to LGBTQ+ organizations.”

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