A Christian actress revealed this ugly truth about leaving Los Angeles

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A mass exodus is underway from Los Angeles after decades of Democrat mismanagement.

Even celebrities are joining this growing trend.

And a Christian actress revealed this ugly truth about leaving Los Angeles.

Candace Cameron Bure explains why she bolted from Tinseltown

Los Angeles County lost more people than any county in the country last year according to Census Bureau data.

Christian actress Candace Cameron Bure is one of the many former residents of the City of Angels who left town.

She explained why she left the heart of the movie business in an interview with Fox News Digital.

“We didn’t feel safe anymore,” Bure explained. “And that was the biggest reason that we moved.”

The common perception is that movie stars live in gated communities with armed security, but for Bure that wasn’t the case.

“Not everyone in Hollywood lives behind guard gates, and we weren’t behind gates,” Bure said.

The former Full House star revealed her family had problems with overzealous fans coming to their home.

And some of those fan encounters were scary for the mother of three.

“It’s amazing what people feel they can do,” Bure remarked. “And wanting to be a part of your life in some way. Some of it is innocent, some of it wasn’t. But it’s quite unnerving when you’re just trying to be a person and live life, and you don’t know what’s around the corner.”

She confirmed to her fans on social media last month that she and her husband, former hockey star Valeri Bure, had also moved because their family situation changed.

“‘Why?’ Mostly for security reasons,” Bure said in a video on Instagram Stories. “Also, family dynamics have changed. The kids don’t live in Los Angeles anymore. Mama will go where they go! I travel a lot. The seasons of life.”

Her three children, all in their early 20s, had moved out making them empty nesters.

While she’s left Los Angeles, she hasn’t bailed on California just yet.

“There have been all kinds of stories as to where we moved, and none of them are right,” Bure said. “None of them. We didn’t move to Nashville. We didn’t move to Texas. We’re actually still in California. We just moved up north. We’re no longer in Los Angeles.”

Bure and her husband own and operate a winery in California’s Napa Valley region.

Candace Cameron Bure credits her parents for keeping her safe in Hollywood

Bure became a star when she got the role of D.J. Tanner on the ABC sitcom Full House.

The recent Investigation Discovery docuseries Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV revealed the abuse that child actors suffered at cable network Nickelodeon.

She said that her parents kept her safe on set and level-headed after she became a celebrity at a young age.

“Not only were my parents wonderful, but so were the people on the show,” Bure said. “We had good people around, but there’s bad people in the world, and it’s just so unfortunate to see that sometimes these kids got stuck with some bad people, and it’s awful to watch and really heartbreaking.”

Candace Cameron Bure joins the long list of former residents who fled Los Angeles in search of a better life elsewhere.

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