Lori Loughlin And Mossimo Giannulli “Downsized” To A $9.5 Million House

August 11, 2020 / Posted by:

Oh how the mighty have fallen. Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli have purchased an absolute hovel in Hidden Hills, California. With the final countdown to their sentencing hearing heading into single digits (it’s currently scheduled for August 21st), it was probably a priority for them to find someplace to lay their heads when they inevitably end up getting sentenced to house arrest. Even if they do have to serve the time they agreed to in their plea deals (two months for Lori, five for Mo), they’re going to need a place to go since they sold their Bel-Air mansion for a fraction of their original asking price in July. Good thing they thought to check all the couch cushions before the movers came because they were able to scrounge up enough loose change to keep them from having to move into the in-law unit at Olivia Jade’s boyfriend’s house in Malibu. Yes, they walked into the bank with $9.5 million in unrolled nickels. Rich people really can get away with anything!

According to TMZ, Lori and Mo’s new house is only slightly nicer than a 350 sq ft SRO with a 30-year-old hotplate and calcium rings in the toilet that no amount of scrubbing can remove that they deserve.

Aunt Becky and Mossimo are the new owners of a 6-bedroom, 9-bathroom crib in Hidden Hills. It’s practically a brand new house … it was built in 2019, but nobody’s lived in it. The couple dropped $9.5 million for the 11,748-square-foot pad, which is tucked inside a super-exclusive gated community.

The farmhouse-style crib offers a “fresh take on luxury country living” … from marble countertops and high ceilings to a sprawling, grassy backyard and swimming pool. There’s also a temperature-controlled wine closet, movie theater and home gym.

Here’s a look at the house which has enough room for both of their wastrel daughters to have their own bedrooms— as if they’d be caught dead in Hidden Hills (which is just across the freeway from Calabasas). I wonder if they’ll even bother to put a rowing machine in the home gym for them to practice on.

Well, I’ll say one thing nice. That pool is to die for. And to make sure that doesn’t happen, they better ask for the waterproof electric monitoring devices.

Pic: Wenn.com

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