Sources Say Lori Loughlin Is Finally Realizing The Time She Could Do In The College Admissions Scandal
The light has finally come on for Lori Loughlin on “how serious” the college admissions scandal is, according to sources close to her.
Someone told E! that “She is seeing the light that she will do jail time,” and they added that she is “freaking out.”
Ms. Loughlin, 54, was arrested in March, along with her fashion designer husband Mossimo Giannulli, for allegedly paying their daughters’ way into college. She was reportedly offered a plea deal by prosecutors, but she passed on it.
“She has been in complete denial,” the source told E!. “She refused to accept any jail time and thought the DA was bluffing.”
Recently, legal experts had been offering various warnings on what would happen if Loughlin fought her case in court.
“Felicity Huffman pleading guilty and giving such a perfect statement of remorse and contrition is a very bad sign for Lori Loughlin,” said CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman:
“If you go forward and fight this case you really could wind up with a sentence that is a lot of time in prison. By having all these guilty pleas at one time … it’s to send a message out there to the remaining defendants that you better get in here and you better get in here quick.”
Seems like Lori better follow Ms. Huffman’s lead.
To make matters worse, Loughlin and her husband were recently hit with more charges on Tuesday including money laundering. They can now face up to 40 YEARS in prison if convicted.
Your Full House ties won’t save you in the Big House Lori. Ya better get it together.