It looks like "Full House" star Jodie Sweetin may be heading for a custody battle with her third husband.
Sweetin, who played middle daughter Stephanie Tanner on the hit show, filed for legal separation from musician Morty Coyle in June 2013 after a little over a year of marriage. She requested full custody of their daughter in the filing.
But now, TMZ is reporting that Coyle has filed a response to Sweetin's child custody request and is asking for joint custody of their daughter. Coyle has also asked that the court stop Sweetin from requesting spousal support.
Sweetin and Coyle married in March 2012 but kept their marriage a secret for over a year before sharing their wedding photos with People magazine in April 2013. Sweetin filed for separation just a few months after their marriage was announced. She was previously married to Shaun Holguin from 2002 to 2006 and to Cody Herpin from 2007 to 2010.
Sweetin took to Twitter after announcing the separation to thank her fans for their support.
Thank you to everyone for being kind and supportive... I really appreciate all the fan love. Life can have it's challenges, for sure!
— Jodie Sweetin (@JodieTweetin) June 25, 2013
Sweetin isn't the first "Full House" star to go through a divorce. John Stamos, who played the hunky Uncle Jesse, divorced Rebecca Romijn in 2004. And Bob Saget, who starred as Danny Tanner, got divorced from his wife in 1997.