Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli are headed to the big house! And I don’t mean their new mansion which is slightly less bigger than their last one. They are going to prison! After taking a plea deal where they both admitted guilt in exchange for a little prison time, the judge accepted the deal, so Lori is headed to prison for two months and Mossimo for five. And sources say they are terrified. Well, yeah, something tells me that the prisons they go to won’t have 1000-thread count sheets on the beds. Wait until they discover that their cells don’t have bidets. Then they’ll really be terrified.
For their part in the College Admissions Scandal, they got prison time as well as a combined $400,000 in fines and they also must complete community service (100 hours for Lori and 250 for Mossimo). Lori and Mossimo were told that they have until November 19 to surrender to the Bureau of Prisons. And sources tell E! News that, “They are terrified about going to jail.”
But there’s no need to be worried, because as of now, they haven’t been told where they’re serving their sentences, but it’s probably not a place like Rikers, so they can take the dramatics down a notch.
“Nothing has been decided about where they are serving. That’s up to the government to determine.”
Even though they’ve been told to check into prison by November 19, sources say that they’ve requested the Teresa Giudice/Joe Giudice lock-up special. Teresa and Joe served their sentences separately so that one of them could be with their daughters while the other was in the clink. A source claims that Lori and Mossimo want at least one of them to be with their daughters, 21-year-old Isabella Rose and 20-year-old Olivia Jade.
“They don’t want to have any overlap and leave the girls on their own… They are trying to work out a way that one of them can be in L.A. with the girls while the other is serving their sentence,” the insider explains, adding that the former University of Southern California students are “worried” about their parents and “hate to see them so upset.”
“Everyone is on edge and just trying to hold it together and stay strong,” the source shares
And Isabella and Olivia, who definitely knew about the scam, are totally supportive of their parents and “behind them every step of the way.” A source said:
“The family is staying strong and positive and looking forward to putting this behind them.”
Well, at the very least, both Joe and Teresa‘s post-prison bodies were lit. So maybe Lori and Mossimo will have the same results? Don’t be scared of prison, Aunt Becky! Hit up the gym in the yard! You can reinvent yourself as a bodybuilder!