Lori Loughlin is afraid she’ll contract the coronavirus while serving her prison sentence after she turns herself in for her half within the faculty admissions scandal, in keeping with a brand new report.
The 55-year-old actress is allegedly “scared to death of catching COVID-19, as the virus is ravaging the federal prisons in California,” a supply claimed to Us Weekly.
“She’s met with the official who’s preparing her sentencing report, which the judge will use for guidance as to how long she’ll serve,” the insider added.
LORI LOUGHLIN ‘WOULD LOVE TO RETURN TO TV’ AND ‘TELL HER SIDE OF THE STORY’ AFTER ADMISSIONS SCANDAL: SOURCE
After greater than a yr of sustaining their innocence, Loughlin and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, pleaded responsible to their function within the faculty admissions scandal that noticed them allegedly pay $500,000 to get their daughters recruited to the College of Southern California (USC) as recruits on the crew staff regardless of neither lady collaborating within the sport.
Per the phrases of their plea, Loughlin is aiming to spend two months behind bars while Giannulli will spend 5.
A supply near the household beforehand advised Us Weekly that the couple is hoping to stagger their respective prison sentences so that somebody will be round to supply emotional help to their daughters, Olivia and Isabella, who’re each of their 20s.
“Lori and Moss don’t want to serve their prison sentences at the same time. Among the reasons, even though their daughters are adults, Lori wants one parent to be free to provide emotional support to the girls,” the supply defined. “Lori’s concern all along has been Isabella and Olivia Jade.”
LORI LOUGHLIN, MOSSIMO GIANNULLI WILL SERVE PRISON TIME OR RISK ‘PREFERENTIAL TREATMENT’ OUTCRY FROM PUBLIC
Though the couple formally pleaded responsible, the decide neither rejected nor accepted the phrases of their plea settlement, saying he’ll concern an official ruling after reviewing pre-sentencing reviews. The couple is scheduled for official sentencing on Aug. 21 at 2:30 p.m. for Loughlin and 11:00 a.m. for Giannulli.
Loughlin pleaded responsible to at least one rely of conspiracy to commit wire and mail fraud, while Giannulli pleaded responsible to at least one rely of conspiracy to commit wire and mail fraud and to sincere companies wire and mail fraud.
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Along with prison time, Loughlin would additionally pay a $150,000 positive together with two years of supervised launch and 100 hours of neighborhood service. Giannulli, in the meantime, would pay a $250,000 positive with two years of supervised launch and 250 hours of neighborhood service.
Fox Information’ Tyler McCarthy contributed to this report.