On his SiriusXM channel, Radio Andy, Andy Cohen, the Real Housewives mega-producer, set fans straight regarding the rumor that he’s currently pursuing Lori Loughlin for The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
Today reported that Cohen said it was simply “not true.” The Real Housewives executive producer conceded that Loughlin was a “very nice person,” however, he’s not trying to get her on the show, despite the fact she would have a great “story to tell” the audience and the other women.
As it was previously reported, the Full House star and her fashion designing husband, Mossimo Giannulli, copped a plea deal this past month regarding their participation in the nationwide college admissions scandal that saw the incarceration of Felicity Huffman as well.
Lori and Mossmio were apprehended by the authorities back in March of 2019 and authorities accused them of paying half-a-million dollars for their two daughters to get accepted into the University of Southern California as members of the crew team.
Reportedly, Loughlin will agree to go to prison for two months, perform 100 hours of community service, and also subject herself to probation on top of a $150,000 fine. Lori, the Full House alum, pled guilty to her fraud charges.
Mossimo, on the other hand, will go to prison for much longer, five months, and he has to serve 250 hours of community service and also pay a much larger fine of $250,000. Initially, they were scheduled to go on trial in October of this year after their motion to drop the charges was rejected by the judge.
As it was noted above, Felicity Huffman had to serve time for her role in the scandal as well, approximately two weeks. Pictures of the Desperate Housewives alum were spread around in the entertainment media, including one where she was wearing an orange jumpsuit.
Martha Stewart, who also served time for insider training, joked during a panel that Felicity looked a bit “frumpy” in her prison uniform.