Jeremy Miller said he disagreed with his “Growing Pens” co-star Kirk Cameron to host a maskless caroling protest around Los Angeles.
Cameron, 50, came under fire again on Tuesday when he hosted a caroling event at The Oaks Mall, where about 100 people sang Christmas carols without a face mask.
“While I’ll always love my brother Kirk, I couldn’t disagree more with catching these masked incidents at a time when safety and concern for others is an extreme priority,” Miller, who featured Cameron’s character’s brother in the beloved sitcom Played the page Six told.
“I really couldn’t be more disappointed than that,” said 44-year-old Miller.
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Cameron was an inch away from those gathered at the mall on Tuesday night in a video posted on his Instagram. The crowd ranged in age from young children to senior citizens, and they stood close to each other, as they sang the songs of “The First Noel”.
Cameron held a similar incident a month ago in protest against the California government. As ordered to live in Gavin Newsom’s most recent home, the Los Angeles Times reported that fewer than 100 ICU beds were available in LA County.
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Cameron defended the “peaceful” protest during a virtual appearance on “Fox News @ Night” in mid-December.
“All I can tell you is that I am looking around in my community and I am seeing the devastation and suffering of people whose businesses have gone bankrupt, people who are dealing with anxiety, depression, suicide, of abuse Their abusers are being quarantined, and I can just ignore that, ”he said.
“People are struggling to come and just be one [the events], “Cameron said.” It is the land of the free and home of the brave, and there are thousands and thousands of people in our community who will not suffer in isolation and sing and come out to express their gratitude because we believe that the community is immune, but alienated I am desolate “
Oaks Mall reacted to the holiday-themed protest, calling it “irresponsible” behavior.
Residents in the area called the Carling incidents “unbelievable”, citing their disinterest for Cameron’s antics. On Tuesday, many residents said they would not travel to the mall “anywhere” because of this.
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Even Cameron’s sister, Candace Cameron Beur, feels that she did not agree with his reckless events. Despite her own rumors when she attended, she tweeted: “I haven’t been involved in any recent events. Also, when I wear a mask and social distance in public, more and more guidelines Follow. ” , I do not appreciate the vomit tweets about my family. I believe it is important to listen to respectful dialogue. Be safe “
Cameron did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for Saturday’s comment.