Felicity Huffman Released From Prison Before End of 14-Day Sentence
The actress served 11 days of her two-week sentence.The actress was sentenced to 14 days after she pleaded guilty in the nationwide college admission cheating scandal. The sentence came down in September, as she was among the first parents ensnared in FBI-dubbed operation Varsity Blues to plead guilty.
Teresa Giudice has some words of advice for Lori Loughlin . Just last month, Loughlin , her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, and nine other parents received additional charges by a grand jury in connection with the college admissions scandal .
Lori Loughlin , her hubby and all the parents involved in the biggest college admissions scam in U.S. history should NOT do any time behind bars so says Remember, Madden did 2 and a half years in prison for money laundering and stock fraud. He joked Lori might need some help at the prison
has some words of advice for
Thehas had her own legal woes and spent some time behind bars, and believes that the former Full House star -- who was involved in the college admissions scandal -- will be just fine.
"I'm sure she'll make it through," Teresa told ET's Rachel Smith during a recent sit-down. "I feel women are strong. We have babies, we do it all. I'm sure whatever outcome it is, I'm sure she'll be fine with it."
Just last month, Loughlin, her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, and nine other parentsby a grand jury in connection with the .
Lori Loughlin Is Finding It 'Harder and Harder’ to 'Keep It Together' Amid Scandal: Source
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As federal prosecutors on Tuesday brought new money laundering charges against 16 parents enmeshed in the college admissions scandal , a question hung over the sprawling case: Would anybody implicated in the scam actually serve time behind bars?
Lori Loughlin and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, are going to trial over their roles in the college admissions scandal . Loughlin and Giannulli face up to 40 years in prison each, but federal sentencing guidelines are closer to a five year sentence.
Loughlin and Giannulli are accused of paying $500,000 in bribes to get their daughters, 20-year-old Olivia and 21-year-old Bella, admitted to USC as recruits for the crew team, even though neither had ever participated in the sport. The couple was charged in a second superseding indictment on conspiring to commit fraud and money laundering in April, and have.
in the third superseding indictment allege the parents conspired to commit federal program bribery by bribing employees of the University of Southern California to facilitate their children's admission.
As a mother herself, what would Teresa advise Loughlin tell her daughters if she is sentenced to prison?
"Her daughters are older… You know, she did it for her daughters and, I mean, her daughters are grateful for what she did," Teresa explained. "She was just looking out for her daughters and trying to get them into a good school. But I guess that's it, just be open with them, and whatever the outcome is, it is. You have to deal with it and move forward."
John Stamos accidentally 'likes' Lori Loughlin-to-jail tweet
John Stamos said he didn't mean to like the tweet about Lori Loughlin's legal situation, and he's since unliked it.On Tuesday night, a person took to Twitter to praise John for his role as Chef Louis in "The Little Mermaid Live!" However, there was a separate part of that tweet that John apparently didn't notice before clicking the "like" button.
The "Full House" actress was among the 11 of 15 parents hit with new charges. "Our goal from the beginning has been to hold the defendants fully accountable," said U.S. Attorney Andrew E. Lelling.
In 2019, a scandal arose over a criminal conspiracy to influence undergraduate admissions facilitated college admission for children in more than 750 families. Singer faces up to 65 years in actress Lori Loughlin , famous for her role on the American sitcom Full House and the drama
Teresa and her husband,, both pleaded in 2014 and were given consecutive sentences, with the mother of four -- who was sentenced to 15 months in federal prison -- serving her time first. She entered prison in January 2015, but was released early in December that same year.
Joe wasin March after serving three years behind bars upon pleading guilty to multiple charges of fraud in 2014. He was immediately transferred to ICE custody. He filed an appeal in federal court, but in April. He was released from custody in October, returning to Italy, where's he's waiting to learn about the final decision concerning his deportation.
Days after his return to Italy, the twoto talk about their marriage and future. While Teresa and Joe both seemed relieved that he's living as a free man outside of confinement, there was clearly a lot of disharmony and tension in their marriage, and the interview was filled with a fair share of tears and accusations.
Last week, Teresa and her four daughter traveled to Italy to reunite with Joe.
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Lori Loughlin's Lawyer Is 'Grilling Her' in Mock Trials Ahead of Court Appearance .
Lori Loughlin's Lawyer Is 'Grilling Her' in Mock Trials Ahead of Court Appearance“Lori has been meeting with her lawyers for days at a time,” says the source. “It’s her full-time job and she is very involved with her defense. When not at her lawyer’s office, Lori is emailing and texting with the team.