Lori Loughlin said goodbye to “ Full House ” and entered the Big House on October 30, starting her two-month jail term for paying $ 500,000 in bribes to bring her daughters to the USC.
Three months after being sentenced for her role in the college admissions scandal, Lori Loughlin officially started his prison term, according to TMZ. the More complete house The 56-year-old actress surrendered to FCI Dublin in California on October 30, the day before Halloween, where she will be jailed for two months. Lori had until November 19 to transform, but kinda like Felicity Huffman, who also served her sentence for her role in this scandal, she chose to start her time early.
FCI Dublin is the same prison where Felicity served 11 days of her two-week sentence before being released in October 2019. Like Felicity, Lori (now inmate 77827-112) will not receive special treatment while in prison, has said the Bureau of Prisons. NBC News. Part of the general population, she will be woken up at 5 a.m. daily and attend five inmate calls a day.
She will follow all the same rules as the other inmates and will wear a uniform consisting of khaki pants and a brown t-shirt. There are no authorized visitors to FCI Dublin at the moment due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As part of new precautions, Lori was tested for COVID-19 during her admission process, and will be placed in quarantine. It is not known how long his quarantine will last. FCI Dublin is not wearing Lori wanted to go. She had asked to serve her sentence at a medium-security prison camp about two hours from her home in Los Angeles, according to court documents filed Sept. 9 in Boston.
Lori and her husband, fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli, were convicted on August 21 for paying $ 500,000 in bribes to get their two daughters, Olivia Jade Giannulli and Isabella Giannulli, admitted to USC as a crew crew recruit. None of the girls have ever played sports. Appearing virtually before the judge, Lori was sentenced to two months in prison and fined $ 150,000. At the end of her prison sentence, she will serve two years of supervised release, including 100 hours of community service.
Mossimo was sentenced to five months in prison, a fine of $ 250,000, two years of supervised release and 250 hours of community service. He also visited a low-security Santa Barbara County men’s prison on November 19. Dancing moms‘ Abby lee miller, who served eight months in prison for bankruptcy fraud, spoke with HollywoodLife recently on what to expect Lori: a lot of monotony.
“Every day is like Groundhog Day,” said Abby, detailing a strict schedule that started at 6:00 am. “I think [Lori] it’s gonna be totally good because her character on tv is sweet and kind and she isn’t – people don’t like to hate her like my character, like i was on tv ” Abby said.