Sources say Tonight’s Entertainment that Lori Loughlin did not take his fall from grace well. She and her husband Mossimo Giannulli pleaded guilty to their participation in the college admission scandal, in which around 50 parents and college officials were charged. Loughlin and Giannulli, after refusing to plead for more than a year, formally pleaded guilty to spending $ 500K in an attempt to get their daughter Olivia Jade and Bella to University of Southern California on Friday.
They pleaded guilty through a previous teleconference US District Judge Nathanial Gorton in Massachusetts. They appear with their lawyers in separate rooms. Loughlin pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit wire and letter fraud, and Giannulli pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit wire and letter fraud, and honest service of wire and letter fraud.
After pleading guilty, Loughlin looked confused, closed his eyes and took a deep breath. Insiders say ET that she was “afraid” and that “just thinking about the reality of the situation was frightening for her. She was also afraid of her husband who would serve longer than he did.”
The sentence is set for August 21. Before pleading guilty, they faced decades behind bars, but now face two months and five months for Loughlin and Giannulli respectively. According to reports, they are unlikely to do the same time, unless they both get confinement at home, which is a real possibility with a coronavirus outbreak.
In Indonesia, many are angry at the possibility of light punishment. Wrote one: “They might decide to plead guilty now, knowing they won’t be imprisoned with Coronavirus now. I hope the judge gives them more time & I hope their community service involves cleaning the toilet in a homeless shelter.”
Others hope they are “treated” with the same “insults” as “poor” people.
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