Jerry O’Connell tells the same thing about John Stamos’ memoir of his wife Rebecca Romijn

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Actor and TV host Jerry O’Connell has finally spoken about the information written about his wife Rebecca Romijn in Fuller House a star John Stamos‘ memorial , published 24 October.

While he is dealing with the memory, the Slides the star revealed that he has not and will not read the book.

“I haven’t read it,” he admitted to Andy Cohen while appearing on it Andrew’s Radio. “And it’s funny, yes, my family was interested.”

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Jerry O'Connell and Andy Cohen
“I haven’t read it,” he admitted to Andrew Cohen. (Charles Sykes/Bravo via Getty Images)

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Explaining that after he and his wife heard Stamos’ interview on Howard Stern, where he said he was “devastated” by his divorce from Romijn and how he hated the actress for some time after the divorce, the couple decided not to give up the situation. hour.

“I have to say, after listening to that interview … I lost any interest in reading the book,” O’Connell said.

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“I think those were the only parts we were interested in in our house, and we got to them and they were talked about,” said O’Connell, who married Romijn in 2007, three years after her divorce Fuller House actor, explained.

“I don’t need to hear about the casting process of famous sitcoms. That’s not something we’re really interested in.”

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Jerry O'Connell, Rebecca Romjin and children
“Any interest in reading the book is gone.” (Getty)

Stamos and Romajn were married for more than five years before their divorce in 2004, and the title memorial If you had told meStamos detailed the failed marriage, reporting accusations of betrayal and calling her “the devil” among other things.

Despite most not liking the memoir or its contents, O’Connell revealed that the book hit close to home in other ways.

“The only time it gets weird is that my kids are 14 and they see what we see now,” he explained. “There’s no hiding, there’s no restriction on them. No more keeping things from them.”

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Jerry O'Connell, Rebecca Romjin and children
“My kids are 14 and they see what we see now.” (Instagram)

He said: “But it’s pretty crazy when, you know, your kids come out for breakfast and they say, ‘Hey, mom, your ex has a book and she called the devil on you What do you think?’ ‘Why did he call you that?’.

“And that’s where it gets interesting, and it’s interesting. We don’t have any secrets, though.”

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