Earlier this week, various outlets reported that former Full House actress Jodie Sweetin was undergoing drug addiction treatment at a residential facility. But Sweetin cleared up the rumor, telling TMZ it was "such bulls**t... I am absolutely not in rehab."

Sweetin is most well-known for playing Stephanie Tanner on the 90s sitcom Full House. Since that role, she authored a memoir entitled UnSweetined, in which she detailed her recovery from methamphetamine addiction. Methamphetamines are stimulants that can be produced in pills, powders, or chunky crystals. The crystal form is usually called "crystal meth."

"I was selfish, self-serving, insecure, angry and fearful person living a double life," Sweetin said of her addiction. "I covered up my problems by pretending to be happy and saying that everything was fine."

But since December 2008, she has maintained her sobriety. So why the incessant rumors of an alleged relapse? Sweetin insinuated that her estranged husband Morty Coyle may be behind the rumors.

"Breakups are hard and certain people [her husband] don't make them easier," she said. "People get weird and stalkerish ... You never really know someone until you break up with them."

Contrary to reports, Sweetin is not seeking treatment at the facility. She works there. The owners allowed her to move in after her husband kicked her out.

"I work for the center and they have been really generous in helping me with a place to stay as [my ex] Morty wanted me out by the end of the month," Sweetin explained. "The owners of the facility said I could stay here as I got things figured out."