Lori Loughlin was ordered to report to a federal prison today in November, for a two-month stint just after her husband got his sentence in the College Bribery Scheme. Loughlin told the United States District Judge, Nathaniel Gorton, emotionally, that she is genuinely and profoundly deeply sorry, just before the moment of er sentencing. The Full House actress added fighting back the tears rolling down her cheeks, that she ignored her intuition and allowed herself to sway from her moral compass.
Lori Loughlin was ordered to surrender on November 19, to the Bureau of Prison, just like her spouse Mossimo Giannulli. A knowledgable source told VideoTape News that the matching date is slightly unexpected, as the couple hoped to have more space between their sentences so one parent could be present with their young and adult daughters.
Loughlin was unlikely to serve full prison, and she will almost certainly end up sentenced to a medium-security prison near Victorville, California. This facility was provided to her by her Watkins and Latham lawyers. The District Judge, Nathaniel Gorton, said that he thought that Victorville would be a good location to be considered for the Bureau of Prison.
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This morning, Judge Gorton was not in a particularly quiescent mood in describing the fairytale of the charmed life of Loughlin. Till now, he has sentenced nearly ten well-heeled parents in the Varsity Blues Operation so far. He reprimanded Loughlin for her desire to have more money than she could possibly need. The Federal Judge also bluntly told the actress that she has actively participated in the corruption of the higher education system in this country.
The actress and her husband participated in the hearing with the attorney Sean Berkowitz next to her on Zoom. The hearing took place in front of an empty bookcase. Sean Berkowitz was also seen with Giannulli earlier in the day. BJ Trach, the other lawyer of Loughlin, was absent from Giannulli’s hearing and was on separate screen this morning.
Just like her fashion designer husband, the sentence of the actress was based on an agreement made with the office of the U.S. Attorney in May. The agreement says two months behind bars, a total of hundred hours of community service, a $150,000 fine, and two years of supervised release.
Stay tuned with us for more updates about the case.