Danny Pintauro slams Candace Cameron Bure for ‘horrifying’ 2015 interview

Danny Pintauro slams Candace Cameron Bure for ‘horrifying’ 2015 interview

Danny Pintauro, who starred on “Who’s the Boss?,” is talking out in regards to the “disappointing” means Candace Cameron Bure handled him when he appeared on “The View” seven years in the past.

Pintauro known as his dialogue with then-“View” co-hosts Bure, 46, and Raven-Symoné, 37, “one of many lowest moments” of his life whereas speaking with David Yontef on his “Behind The Velvet Rope” podcast.

Pintauro, 47, appeared on “The View” after revealing his HIV prognosis and crystal meth use on Oprah Winfrey’s “The place Are They Now?” in 2015.

Bure “mainly stated, ‘Do you are taking accountability for getting HIV since you have been dwelling a promiscuous life-style?’” Pintauro recalled to Yontef on Tuesday’s episode.

“And turned on the spot to my husband and stated, ‘Do you’ve got unprotected intercourse together with your husband?’” he added.

Danny Pintauro attends Household Equality’s LA Influence: A Evening Of Heroes 2022 at Paramount Studios on Oct. 15, 2022.Getty Photographs

It was really Symoné who requested Pintauro’s husband, singer/actor Wil Tabares, if the pair makes use of safety.

Final 12 months, Bure left the Hallmark Channel and joined the Nice American Household community to work on initiatives that “will preserve conventional marriage on the core.”

Her “hurtful” reasoning garnered feisty replies from JoJo Siwa, Hilarie Burton and her “Full Home” co-star Jodie Sweetin. Now Pintauro is weighing in.

“I imply, it was horrifying. It was one of many lowest moments of the journey I had after popping out to Oprah,” he stated of their interview. “And so it’s not shocking to me that she’s taking this stance with Christmas films that she’s gonna be concerned in.”

“She will need to have tons of individuals in her life which can be LGBTQ+, no less than from her previous. And the way she acquired to this place is just a bit regarding to me. It’s virtually like she went backwards in a means,” he added.

Candace Cameron Bure go to Hallmark Channel’s “House & Household” at Common Studios Hollywood on Sept. 17, 2020.Getty Photographs

The Publish contacted reps for Bure, Symoné and “The View” for remark.

Pintauro stated he regrets showing on “The View” and admitted he by no means advised Bure that she damage his emotions.

“As a result of I consciously selected to not make it a factor,” he defined. “I’m joyful to speak about it now as a result of years have handed, and I’ve moved on from being that HIV spokesperson form of place.”

“I needed to have the ability to simply keep this constructive … love and lightweight tour is what I used to be form of going for. So the very last thing I actually needed to do was simply begin speaking c–p about her. However perhaps in hindsight … Nicely, no, she’s not gonna care, is she?” Pintauro requested.

Pintauro advised David Yontef about his expertise on “The View” whereas showing on his “Behind The Velvet Rope” podcast.Behind The Velvet Rope

Pintauro described the 2015 interview as “horrifying.”Behind The Velvet Rope

Oh, snap! Pintauro additionally known as out Raven-Symoné for additionally collaborating within the interview.Getty Photographs

“I ought to have recognized after they advised me that it was simply gonna be Candace and Raven-Symoné. That’s it. Neither of that are very supportive,” he added.

The “Fuller Home” actress, who occupied the present’s conservative chair from 2015 to 2016, has claimed that she had “PTSD” from co-hosting the daytime discuss present.

Whereas Bure has seemingly made her stance on homosexual marriage clear, Symoné married her spouse, Miranda Maday, in June 2020. The “That’s So Raven” alum just lately alleged she was “catfished” by “The View” producers and wouldn’t signal on to co-host once more.

In hindsight, Pintauro additionally blames the present’s producers for the uncomfortable interview.

“I begin doing form of pre-calls with the producers of like, ‘What are we gonna speak about? And listed below are some tales and a few concepts,’ and the producers have been already turning it slightly bit bizarre,” he stated.

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