PLOT TWIST: The two students were not her own daughters and the $500,000 wasn’t a bribe. I think.
Fresh off from trying to regain her crown as one of the Queens of Hallmark, Lori Loughlin is now trying to clean up her reputation with some good publicity. ET Canada says Lori paid over $500,000 to send two students to four-year college programs.
A couple of weeks ago we heard how Lori Loughlin, terrified of catching coronavirus, has been preparing her mind and body to serve her 2-month prison sentence for paying $500,000 in bribes, along with her husband Mossimo Giannulli, to get their daughters Olivia Jade and Bella Giannulli into USC as crew recruits knowing damn well the only boat those girls have ever been on was a rich man’s yacht. And now, even while most of California is still under coronavirus lockdown, the Loughlin Family Pity Party rages on. Somehow, from within the confines of her humble Hidden Hills abode, Lori has managed to invite the world into her home to enjoy some light refreshments as she regales her guests with tales of angst and emotional turmoil over the thought of spending Christmas in the clink. If ever there was a time to cut the power and issue a citation, it’s now!
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.
Lori Loughlin Got Two Months In Prison While Mossimo Giannulli Got Five Months For Their Roles In The College Admissions Scandal
As expected, Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli were sentenced today after someone shot them up with a potent load of common sense and they reversed their not guilty pleas and finally took a plea deal for charges they faced for paying $500,000 to get their daughters, Olivia Jade Giannulli and Isabella Rose Giannulli, into USC by passing them off as rowing stars even though if you asked them about rowing, they’d say, “Isn’t that the Olsens fashion line?” As part of their plea deal, both Lori and Mossimo pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit wire and mail fraud (and Mossimo also pleaded guilty to an additional charge of honest services wire and mail fraud). Lori agreed to serve two months in the clink and Mossimo agreed to five months, but ultimately their fate was up to a judge. If you were hoping that the judge would fart on the plea deals and give them LIFE in a maximum-security prison, you’re going to be disappointed. Because the judge accepted their plea deals.
Today In “You Don’t Say!”: Prosecutors Believe That Olivia Jade Was Involved In The College Admissions Scam
Here’s some news which should shock absolutely nobody: Us Weekly reports that prosecutors claim that Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli told their daughter Olivia Jade to be careful around her nosy high school guidance counselor. Remember that guy who got yelled at because he wondered when Olivia learned how to row? He’s back!
Lori and Mossimo finally pleaded guilty to their role in the College Admissions Scandal which brought down a bunch of rich folks, including Felicity Huffman. They admitted to paying $500,00 for College Admissions Scandal mastermind, Rick Singer, to get their daughters, Olivia Jade and Isabella Rose, into USC by faking some rowing credentials. Just ahead of Lori and Mossimo’s sentencing hearing on Friday, the prosecution released a memo to the judge, and in it, they say that Lori and Mossimo told Olivia to keep a low-profile around her suspicious counselor. Luckily for them, makeup YouTuber and influencer Olivia Jade specializes in keeping shit to herself.
Back in May, Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli pleaded guilty to a plethora of charges they got hit with for paying $500,000 to get their daughters, Isabella Rose and Olivia Jade into USC, as part of the College Admissions Scandal. In exchange for admitting they’re guilty, they both agreed to do prison time and are waiting to find out if a judge will accept the plea deal.
Their pending sentencing has reportedly fucked with the sale of their Bel-Air mansion and now they’re asking for the court to give them some more leniency and reduce their bond so they can close a deal. And so they’re trying to convince the court that selling their home doesn’t make them a flight risk. Well, I believe they’re much less a flight risk than someone like R. Kelly but that’s not saying much…