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…
According to People magazine, Lori Loughlin and her husband Mossimo Giannulli better start thinking about packing their away bags for prison and the boxes that will hold their dining room china. Because Lori and Mossimo have finally sold their Bel Air mansion after nearly six months on the market. Why do I get the feeling that USC sweatshirt is somehow going to conveniently go missing in the move? Just a hunch!
Lori Loughlin And Mossimo Giannulli Claim Rick Singer Was Instructed By The FBI To Lie To Incriminate Them
Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli are trying it. I mean everyone is going down for this. Scavo Pizzeria heiress Lynette Scavo and Hot Pockets heiress Michelle Janavs both got jail time. And Lori and Mossimo won’t go down like that. So it’s Hail Mary time!
Lori and Mossimo are accused of using $500,000 to fake rowing credentials for their daughters Isabella Giannulli and Olivia Jade. They’ve been charged with federal programs bribery and money laundering but have always claimed they were tricked! They were turned in by the College Admissions Scandal ring-leader himself, Rick Singer, who started working with authorities after getting caught. Well, Lori and Mossimo’s lawyer are using that to their advantage. Their lawyer claims that new evidence proves that the FBI instructed Rick to lie by saying the money was a “bribe” instead of calling it “donations” like he originally did.
Previously on Aunt Becky’s Bad Choices: Lori Loughlin and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, got what they asked for when federal prosecutors hit them with a document dump revealing their daughter Olivia Jade‘s fraudulent USC resume full of made-up “wrowing” accolades.
Lori and Mossimo’s College Admissions Scandal trial has been pushed to at least February 2021. So they’ve got plenty of time to pull more bullshit excuses out of their asses for why they paid $500,000 and used fake rowing pictures to get their two daughters into USC. A part of their strategy was to accuse the prosecution of hiding evidence. It backfired. Sources are now claiming that Lori and Mossimo knew nothing about that fraudulent resume.
Page Six says that the federal government has released some documents in the Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli’s College Admissions Scandal case. Lori and Mossimo are accused of using $500,000 to fake their two daughters’ rowing credentials in order to get them into USC, with help from College Admission Scandal ringleader Rick Singer. They pleaded not guilty, and a part of their defense strategy is to accuse prosecutors of withholding documents from them. Well, the feds said, “You want documents? Here you GO,” and dropped a load of them for the world to see, including their daughter Olivia Jade’s fake resume, which isn’t even worth 25 cents, let alone $250,000.
E! News says that Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli are selling their mansion in Bel Air, which is just perfect timing. I feel like they really have nothing else to focus on right now. Oh, except those legal problems from their involvement in the College Admissions Scandal, which got them charged for allegedly using $500,000 to fake their daughters’ rowing credentials and get them into USC. But I mean, no big deal, right? When the market is hot, it’s hot! So now they’re trying to sell their mansion for $28,650,000. Maybe they’ve had a rare moment of realism and realize they might soon have to downsize to a prison cell, so why not put their giant mansion on the market!