Lori Loughlin and husband Mossimo Giannulli are looking ahead to spending time together after satisfying their respective prison sentences and community service requirements stemming from the college admissions scandal. People reports that the couple are requesting a five-day trip to San Jose Del Cabo later... Read More.
By LESLEY MESSER and KATE HODGSON, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- Lori Loughlin has been released from prison after serving nearly two months for her role in the so-called "Varsity Blues" college admissions scandal.The actress, who surrendered to authorities... Read More.
By KAROLINA RIVAS and ANGELINE JANE BERNABE, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- Actress Lori Loughlin began her two-month sentence for her involvement in the so-called “Varsity Blues" scandal.On Friday, Loughlin reported to the Federal Correctional Institution (FCI) in Dublin, California,... Read More.
(BOSTON) -- Lori Loughlin began serving her two month prison sentence Friday for her role in the Varsity Blues college admissions cheating scheme, a source familiar with the case told ABC News. The former Full House actress reported to... Read More.
(LOS ANGELES) -- After Lori Loughlin and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli were handed two and five month sentences respectively for their role in the so-called Varsity Blues college admission scandal, sources tell E! Online the couple is "terrified" to go to prison. "They are terrified about... Read More.
(BOSTON) -- Former Full House actress Lori Loughlin and her fashion designer husband, Mossimo Giannulli, were sentenced today to two months and five months in prison, respectively, on conspiracy charges stemming from the so-called Varsity Blues college admissions cheating... Read More.
BY: AARON KATERSKY(HONOLULU) -- Actress Lori Loughlin should spend two months in prison for cheating her daughter's way into the University of Southern California, federal prosecutors said Monday in a memo to the judge ahead of her sentencing Friday.
(BOSTON) -- Lori Loughlin and husband Mossimo Giannulli are hoping a judge reconsiders their $1 million bond. The two, who pleaded guilty for their role in the Varsity Blues college admissions cheating scheme, are requesting a reduction. Us Weekly, who obtained the court documents filed Monday,... Read More.