Almost a year after her Varsity Blues scandal and her arrest that followed, the actress has been sentenced to serving two months behind bars! Lori Loughlin has been waiting all that time to learn her fate and now that the waiting is over, she is getting ready for her new normal!
Lori Loughlin has always been in the spotlight due to her iconic role on Full House and, more recently, Fuller House!
However, while she’s claimed in the past, with humility, that she and her family were not interesting enough to have their own reality TV show, that is definitely not the case anymore!
Lori Loughlin‘s scandal caused everyone to talk about her and her family.
Back in April, it was confirmed that she and her husband were amongst the 16 parents who were involved in the biggest college entrance fraud case in the history of the United States, the case being dubbed as Varsity Blues.
Now, it’s been announced that, Lori in particular, has been sentenced to no more than two months in prison.
Furthermore, she will also be serving two years of supervised release as well as 100 hours of community service!
Finally, she also needs to pay a 150,000 fine!
As for her husband, Mossimo, he was given 5 months behind bars, two years supervised release, no less than 250 hours of community service and a fine of $250,000!
For Lori, while any time in jail is bad, the sentencing felt good because it was the end of months of anxiety and stress and what ifs!
One source previously told E! News that ‘It’s been a slow and long process. The uncertainty’s a lot to deal with. Lori obviously feels as if their future is up in the air. They have not made any plans and their lives are on hold while they’re dealing with this. She’s looking forward to knowing her fate and to being able to deal with it. Right now they’re just in limbo.’
Another source talked about the way Lori has been coping with all of this: ‘She’s trying to keep a regular schedule—going to yoga and to Pilates and seeing friends for lunch. She’s very faith-based, and she knows her faith will get her through this.’