Lori Loughlin Wants New Plea Deal, Thought Bribe Was Like a Donation

Lori Loughlin Wants New Plea Deal, Thought Bribe Was Like a Donation

In recent days, legal experts have gone on record to say they believe it is "highly likely" that Full House actress Lori Loughlin and her husband Mossimo Giannulli are going to spend time behind bars for the college admissions scandal.

The latest: Lori Loughlin, 55, has been "obsessing over every detail of" her case in the college admissions scandal ahead of an upcoming court date in the matter.

The 55, who has been charged along with her husband Mossimo Giannulli for shelling out $500K to help get their daughters Bella, 20, and Olivia Jade, 19, into University of Southern California, has maintained her innocence and refused to plead guilty in exchange for a lighter sentence, like numerous other parents swept up in the scandal, including Felicity Huffman. "The risk with any joint defense is that one defendant may be more culpable than another and the less culpable defendant could suffer as a result of a strategy created to protect that individual", says Leonard.

"The family was told to remove their Google alerts and to stop searching their names because it's not good for them to see what's being said".

"She honestly didn't deem what she modified into doing modified into any diversified than donating money for a library or athletic field", the provide continues, claiming, "That's the crux of why she pleaded no longer responsible".


In April of this year, Mossimo and Lori pled not guilty to charges of money laundering conspiracy as well as wire fraud.

"Lori is ready for this to be over", an unnamed "legal source" told People magazine. On the other hand, the actress, 56, it sounds as if believes she didn't cease anything atrocious. Additionally, the insider stated that Loughlin knows her reputation has been completely obliterated for the remainder of her life.

Olivia posted a photograph of herself with both fingers up, tagged several media outlets including Daily Mail and captioned it: '#close #source #says'.

While the family is united, Loughlin and Giannulli are due back in court August 27, and the date couldn't come any sooner.

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