Lori Loughlin Spotted Hugging Her Daughter Bella Amid College Admissions Scandal
Following the college admissions scandal that affected approximately fifty different people, Lori Loughlin, one of those indicted in the scandal, was seen hugging her daughter, Bella Giannulli, after it was revealed that she was arrested for the nationwide scheme.
While hugging her 20-year-old daughter, Lori, 54, originally the star of Full House , the pair waited for their valet in Beverly Hills on the 5th of April, Friday. Bella wore an oversized green hoodie along with white tennis shoes. Lori was dressed in an inconspicuous blue athletic outfit.
As it was previously reported, back in March, Lori and her partner, Mossimo Giannulli, were indicted in a court of law for agreeing to pay approximately half-a-million dollars in bribes to have their two daughters recruited into the USC crew team.
The ploy was to have them admitted into the USC crew team, which would automatically admit them to the actual university. From there, they would just have to quit the team and continue their studies.
On the 3rd of April, Lori appeared in a courthouse in Boston where she learned she could face to approximately 20 years in federal prison. Unlike Bella, Olivia Jade Giannulli, according to a source, is not speaking to her mother and father.
The 19-year-old influencer feels as though her parents negatively affected her life. The source who spoke with Us Weekly explained that "Olivia was passionate about her career, and now everything she built has imploded before her eyes."
Another insider who spoke with Us Weekly claimed Lori has been feeling very isolated lately. Before the scandal broke, the source remarked, Lori and her two daughters were incredibly close with one another. "Lori always seemed perfect," the insider remarked.
Loughlin has been described by friends as "humble, gracious," and kind to her daughters. Unfortunately, the reputation of Loughlin, her husband, and her two daughters have been irreparably damaged.
Recently, one of her co-stars from the Full House days, notably, Bob Saget, briefly took to his Twitter to suggest it appears as though everybody is "lying" these days. He quickly deleted it, however.