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‘The Real’ Host Tamera Mowry Breaks Down Sobbing & Reveals She Was Afraid To Go To Work After Her Niece's Murder — 'I See Myself As A Duck'

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Source: The Real

Feb. 18 2019, Updated 5:48 p.m. ET

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Tamera Mowry-Housley discussed gun violence with her co-hosts on The Real on February 18. She admitted she had a lot of fears especially after her niece Alaina Housley lost her life in the Thousand Oaks nightclub massacre in November of 2018.

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Tamera, 40, told her co-hosts, “I see myself as a duck.”

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She then revealed after the tragic passing of her 18-year-old niece she “couldn’t go to church for two months.” Tamera credited her faith for getting her through the difficult time but admitted she had fears of going anywhere public.

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As OK! readers know Tamera took a temporary leave of absence from The Real during the initial search to find out if her niece was still alive. She also took away time to grieve with her husband, Adam Housley, and their family after they received the tragic news of Alaina’s passing.

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Tamera opened up to her co-hosts and told them, "I was afraid to come HERE. I don't feel safe."

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Despite the loss she suffered due to gun violence, Tamera stated, "I don't want to live in fear."

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