Relapses Will Not Stall Your Redemptive MemoirS

A drunk-driving "thing" will not stall former Full House child star/meth addict Jodi Sweetin's six-figure redemptive memoir with Simon & Schuster. Good to know.

Problems with the narrative media-arc in the wake of her deal: she's getting a divorce. She drank some wine, which she isn't allowed to do in recovery. A judge ruled that she "can't be alone with her child" or whatever. Still, Star reports, Simon & Schuster will solider on with the book deal. (The industry is at a bit of a low point right now, so they can't afford to be picky after spending that much.)