Candace Cameron Bure Bob Saget's death

Candace Cameron Bure is demanding answers about her former “Full House” costar Bob Saget’s death as police are saying he passed away after hitting his head on the headboard of his bed at the Ritz Carlton in Orlando, Florida last month.

Judge Grants Family’s Injunction

Daily Mail reported that on Wednesday, a Florida judge granted an injunction filed by Saget’s family that will block the release of any further records about the investigation into the 65-year-old comedian’s death.

Just before the injunction was granted, however, it was revealed that police believe that he hit his head on the headboard of his bed and died of a brain bleed.

“Plaintiffs will suffer irreparable harm in the form of extreme mental pain, anguish, and emotional distress if Defendants release the Records in response to public records requests or otherwise disseminate the records for any other reason or purpose,” read the request for the injunction filed by Saget’s widow Kelly Rizzo and his three daughters from a previous marriage. 

Backstory: Bob Saget Cause Of Death Raises Questions – Family Files Lawsuit To Keep Matter Private

Candace Cameron Bure Has ‘A Lot Of Questions’

While appearing on “Fox & Friends” on Wednesday, Cameron Bure admitted that she has “a lot of questions” about Saget’s death, and that this has been a “difficult” time for her.

“It’s been difficult, these past couple of weeks, because of more things that have come out. And there’s a lot of questions,” she confessed.

“And I’m trying honestly not to think about it in the sense that I just – I want to remember Bob and what a kind and loving and amazing person that he was. And let it be that,” Cameron Bure added.

Related: Candace Cameron Bure Pays Tribute To Long-Time Friend Bob Saget

Check out her full comments on this below. 

Cameron Bure had a sweatshirt made that says “Love Like Jesus Hug Like Bob Saget” with proceeds going to the Scleroderma Research Foundation.


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Sources have said that hotel staffers who found Saget’s body didn’t notice the bruise on his head, and that it was only discovered during the autopsy. The blow to his head was found to be so significant that it was consistent with being hit by a baseball bat, or falling 30 feet.

Doctor Weighs In 

“I think what it reveals more than anything else is this was not a simple bump on the head,” said neurosurgeon Dr. Sanjay Gupta, CNN’s chief medical correspondent. “When you read this autopsy report that may still be the case, but it was a pretty significant blow to the head.”

“That takes a lot of force to do that. If I knew nothing else about what had happened, you’d think this was someone who had fallen down the stairs and had several impacts to the head or been unrestrained in a car accident,” he continued.

“Whatever happened here, we may never know how he fell or what happened, but it was a significant blow that caused that,” Gupta concluded. “And likely, the bleeding on top of the brain is likely causing pressure on the brain and subsequently, sadly, what led to him becoming unconscious and dying.” 

Saget was also found to be positive for COVID-19 at the time of his passing, although this is not believed to have contributed to his death. Now that any further information of his cause of death will be kept private, we can only hope that Saget’s family gets the answers that they deserve.