Lori Loughlin’s Daughters Are ‘Devastated’ About Their Parents’ Guilty Pleas!
It’s a tough time for everybody, apparently…
Embattled actress Lori Loughlin and her husband, fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli, will enter guilty pleas later today in the high-profile federal government case involving the infamous college admissions scandal. But according to insiders, it sounds like daughters Bella and Olivia Jade don’t like the decision one bit!
According to a source who spoke about the matter to Us Weekly, the 21 and 20-year-old girls have gotten much closer with their parents amid this quarantine period during the coronavirus pandemic. To that end, then, there were apparently plenty of emotions on tap when the guilty plea deal came through (below):
“Olivia and Bella were devastated when Lori and Mossimo told them they were pleading guilty. The girls have been spending a lot of time at their parents’ house recently, and they are becoming much more of a tight-knit family. The girls have been on so many ups and downs that they were happy it was going to be over, but fear for their mom going to jail.”
Sounds like an emotional roller coaster, indeed.
As we reported yesterday, the 55-year-old Loughlin is set to plead guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and mail fraud. Her 56-year-old husband will plead to the same, as well as one count of honest services wire and mail fraud. With the deal, Loughlin would serve two months in prison, with Mossimo set to serve five months; both parties will also pay six-figure fines and perform quite a bit of community service.
It should be noted that a judge has not yet signed off on any deal — that ought to happen later today in court, after the official pleas are heard. Still, the whole thing is quite daunting; we can’t even begin to imagine the emotions, and fears, and unknowns for everybody involved, parents and children alike… just, WOW!
As you’ll recall, actress Felicity Huffman Macy pleaded guilty to her own role in the college admissions scandal just over a year ago. She wound up spending a very brief period in a federal penitentiary in northern California, before having quite an unexpectedly good experience with her own mandated community service work. Perhaps the Fuller House star could see a similar path to redemption??
What do y’all think, Perezcious readers?? Are you on board with Lori and Mossimo pleading out in this scenario? Or should they have fought the government all the way?! And now that what’s done is done, what does the future look like for Aunt Becky? Is she done with TV or nah?? Sound OFF with your take on everything down in the comments (below)!!!
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