People says that fter pleading not guilty to using $500,000 to allegedly bribe their daughters’ way into USC because that’s super important, or something, Lori Loughlin and Mossimo have found themselves in a bad place. Felicity Huffman and other members of the scam have made off like bandits and are maybe (probably not) going to spend tops 4 months in a high-class prison where you shower by yourself–meanwhile Lori and Mossimo are looking at longer in maybe a little less-nice prison. Like maybe three to a shower–we’ll see if they throw the book at them. Well now, Lori and Mossimo are thinking of changing that plea and it’s all because they want to save
themselves time in prison their daughters.
A source tells People that the couple “has every reason to believe” that their daughters are gonna get the stick just like they are. And they’re super worried about their children actually having to face consequences, so now they’re thinking of changing their plea:
“Lori will not do anything to put her daughters in harm’s way… She is like a mama bear when it comes to the girls, and she will do whatever she has to do to protect them from prosecution, especially malicious prosecution. Her top priority in all of this is to protect her daughters… The prosecution could easily charge the daughters in an attempt to get them [Loughlin and Giannulli] to plead guilty… But investigators have not disclosed any information that they may or may not have that would implicate either one of the daughters.”
Oh my god, chill your shit, lady. “Malicious prosecution”? Last week you have sources going on about the prosecution wants a “notch on their belt”–talking like you’re some Big Fish-El Chapo-type–and now this?
Also the complaint against Lori and Mossimo says that the plan was to:
“Present their younger daughter, falsely, as a crew coxswain for the L.A. Marina Club team, and requested that the Giannullis’s send an ‘Action Picture,’ asking a few days later for a picture on the ‘erg’ — or rowing machine, which Giannulli did a few days later.”
Which means that Miss “Innocence” Olivia Jade either fully knew about this plan, or she took a picture for her parents on a random rowing machine one day because…?
The source continued:
“They feel that they’re in the middle of a squeeze play right now… It’s very complex, legally. On one hand, they have pleaded not guilty to the offenses they are alleged to have committed. But on the other hand, they know that pleading guilty could put the matter behind the whole family… They are under an enormous amount of pressure, and the idea that the girls could be prosecuted is distressing, as you can imagine… That just makes the pressure worse.”
I want to LOL every time I read these statements. Like, “it’s very complex, legally”–bitch, we have all seen Law & Order. This is how the game is played, sister. These celebrities always wanna act like targets when they get treated like regular folk.