Lori Loughlin May Cop A Plea Deal After All, And Her Daughters Are Officially No Longer USC Students

October 22, 2019 / Posted by:

Lori Loughlin‘s life has been in a tail-spin ever since her own greed, hubris, and pride got the best of her and she  pleaded not guilty to the allegations laid against her in the College Admissions Scandal. Operation Varsity Blues uncovered $500,000 of alleged bribery money used by Lori Loughlin and her husband Mossimo for allegedly getting her two daughters, Olivia Jade and Isabella Giannulli, into USC. The feds allege that Lori used that $500,000 to falsify rowing credentials for her daughters. Welp, the government got her good, and her not-guilty plea turned into more charges, which turned into a lifetime of HELL and TORMENT!

Well, listen, Lori’s fellow College Admissions Scandal schemer Felicity Huffman is flourishing in prison. Not only is she almost done with her sentence and will be out in time for Sunday Night Football, jail life isn’t so bad since she has a tanning area and foosball and shit. So now Lori’s looking at Felicity’s slap on the wrist and thinking: “I am also a rich famous white woman–perhaps I will also get a slap on the wrist? …Maybe I should take a plea?” Took her long enough.

TMZ says that after months of having sources tell People Magazine that she’s innocent and will be found not guilty at trial, Lori is thinking of just throwing in the towel, booking a suite at the FCI Dublin and calling it a day. Their sources say Lori hit some luck when the probation department’s sentencing report for Felicity said that “no one suffered a loss” because of her faking her daughter’s SAT scores. Prosecutors had been arguing that someone else who took the SAT was likely denied admission somewhere because of Felicity’s daughter’s boosted fake score. But the probation department disagreed.

The probation department would have been fine with giving Felicity absolutely zero prison time and just some probation. John Legend would have been so happy! So because of this, prosecutors are worried that if they go to trial, Lori will be found guilty and then sentenced to two-weeks at Walt Disney World Resort Orlando (everyone knows Disneyland is the good one). That would be embarrassing to them, so they’re thinking of just trying to make a deal and are open to plea discussions.

Meanwhile, People reports that Lori’s daughters are no longer enrolled at the University of Southern California. The USC Registrar said in a statement:

“Olivia Jade Giannulli and Isabella Rose Giannulli are not currently enrolled… We are unable to provide additional information because of student privacy laws.”

Previously it was reported they were kicked out of their Cult Of Basic Beckys sorority but then it was reported they didn’t even finish pledging? Of course they didn’t probably waiting on a bribe for that too. But now they are officially out out of USC, which is also not surprising, since Olivia was about as interested in school as I am in having sex with women.

So basically I just summed up for you that this rich white woman and her rich also caucasian husband will probably cop a deal and spend a month in a prison nicer than your university dorm room, while their rich daughters who sell shit on Instagram will… continue to do that, I guess? Cool. Truly the Loughlin-Giannullis are suffering for their sins and will learn a lesson here: Rich people crimes are no big deal! Don’t get yourself so worked up next time, Lori!

Pic: Wenn.com

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