Lori Loughlin Got Into Her First-Choice Prison Without Pretending to be an Athelete

Full House

Lori Loughlin’s daughters could learn a thing or two from their mother; the Full House star just got accepted to her first-choice prison without having to bribe anyone. Yes, Fox reports that Loughlin asked to be sent to FCI Victorville and a judge approved the request.

The judgment, first reported by Us Weekly, confirms that Loughlin has to surrender to a facility designated by the Bureau of Prisons on Nov. 19 before 2 p.m. The magazine reports that Victorville consists of a “low-security prison camp for 300 inmates.”

I have some sympathy for Loughlin I don’t have for Felicity Huffman who was also caught up in the Operation Varsity Blues sting. Huffman freaked out that her daughter had a low SAT score and hired someone to do something she knew was sketchy because she was worried it prevents said daughter from getting into an acting college that doesn’t check SAT scores. Loughlin, meanwhile, was trying to get Olivia Jade into a big girl school and I don’t know if you’ve ever seen Olivia Jade’s YouTube channel but I’m not sure she knows how to read. Loughlin just did what every rich person does to get their idiot kid into college and wrote a check; had she put a different name on that check it would have been perfectly legal.

As a part of her sentence, Loughlin must complete 100 hours of community service as well as pay a $150,000 fine and a $100 assessment. Loughlin has 60 days from her Aug. 21 sentencing date to pay the hefty fine in a lump sum payment.

Additionally, she is prohibited from “incurring new credit charges or opening additional lines of credit without the approval of the Probation Office while any financial obligations remain outstanding.”

I was shocked to find out that people actually care about what she did and want her to be punished for it. I assumed once this blew over she’d be back on the Hallmark Channel the next day, but all the wine moms tuning in to see if the heroic businesswoman coming back to her hometown for Flag Day can save the hunky town blacksmith’s atelier and wondering if they’ll get together are very upset that Loughlin broke a rule.

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3 years ago

I don’t have any sympathy for Huffman, either. Considering the fact that she is SUPER liberal in her politics. I don’t recall Loughlin being like that. And also, at least Loughlin didn’t try to demand for home confinement at sentencing like Huffman did.