Tamera Mowry-Housley Makes Tearful Return to 'The Real' After Niece's Death in Thousand Oaks Shooting


"It's apparent that we'd like change with regards to gun violence," Mowry-Housley stated on the syndicated daytime discuss present.

Tamera Mowry-Housley had an emotional return to The Real on Monday (Nov. 26) following the loss of life of her niece.

College pupil Alaina Housley was one of many 12 folks killed at Borderline Bar & Grill in Thousand Oaks, Calif., earlier this month. Mowry-Housley and her husband, former Fox News correspondent Adam Housley, took to social media to seek for details about their lacking niece earlier than they realized that Housley was among the many victims.

"I knew Alaina since she was 5," Mowry-Housley shared throughout her return to the discuss present. "She was so candy. When Alaina would stroll in a room, she would change the environment."

"The Housleys, we had been a gaggle of 10, that means at any time when we had been collectively, we had been collectively," she stated. "I'm very blessed to have a tremendous mother-in-law, father-in-law, sister-in-law, brother-in-law, so they're my household together with my rapid household. We all get alongside and Alaina was my little sister. She was my niece from marriage, however she was my good friend and my sister from my coronary heart."

Mowry-Housley additionally mentioned the necessity for one thing to be achieved to deal with the epidemic of mass shootings within the U.S. "It's apparent that we'd like change with regards to gun violence. I don't care if I've to knock on the doorways of the White House to do it. Alaina was very candy, loving and sort," she stated. "She was additionally a debater, so she would need me to debate that, but additionally I consider that it begins from inside."

"Our nation, and it's unhappy to say this, however it's important to be residing beneath a rock to not consider these phrases, our nation is sick. It's diseased. It wants therapeutic," she continued. "It wants therapeutic from inside. We are so divided."

This article initially appeared on The Hollywood Reporter.