Lori Loughlin, popular actress from the tv series Full House was released from FCI Dublin, California prison today, after serving a sentence of two months. She and her husband Mossimo Giannulli were sentenced in the college admissions scandal case that rocked the nation earlier this year.
The couple were two among the high-profile rich who literally bought their way into ivy league colleges and universities. Felicity Huffman, of Desperate Housewives, pleaded guilty when the case first broke but Lori and her fashion designer husband tried many legal avenues to escape a prison sentence before finally pleading guilty during the pandemic.
These parents took short cuts and cheated with SAT scores or athletic achievements to dupe college administrators with the help of consultants including Rick Singer, who has turned approver. Almost 60 people including parents and coaches have been charged in the scandalous case and around a dozen are still considering themselves innocent and haven’t plead to guilty charges. All the parents have received jail terms ranging from 2 weeks to 9 months with fines and over 100 hours of community service.
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