Why The Hell Is Lori Loughlin’s Husband in Solitary?

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By any reasonable definition, solitary confinement is the sort of cruel and unusual punishment the constitution prescribes. Regardless of how anti-social or introverted you are, humans are pack animals by nature and contact with other humans and various other forms of mental stimulation to stay sane. The prolonged sensory deprivation of being placed in solitary in prisons can cause all sorts of mental problems in a fairly short amount of time, and prisons appear to be using COVID as a pretext for inflicting this kind of torture on inmates at will.

Take for example Mossimo Giannulli, husband of Lori Loughlin who was given five months in prison for putting the wrong name on the bribe he gave USC to get his daughters accepted into the college that they didn’t even want or need to go to in the first place.

ABC News reported that Loughlin and Giannulli’s son Gianni Giannulli posted on Instagram that his father was being held in solitary and only allowed out once every three days to shower, long beyond the 14-day quarantine period, and that his father was being held in a medium-security cell despite having been sentenced to minimum-security.

Personally, I think Gianni should just use his Stand to bust his father out.

People reports that the prison told them Giannulli isn’t in solitary, which is punitive, he’s in protective custody for his own good.

Have you ever watched Orange Is the New Black? In season three, right as the show was going from good to unwatchably bad like all of Jenji Cohen’s shows, Laverne Cox’s character Sophia Burset was attacked and harassed by other inmates for being trans; when she complained to the prison and threatened to sue because she wasn’t being kept safe, she was placed in solitary confinement for her own protection, something that was clearly done to torture her for and “teach her a lesson.”

I don’t know why I thought of that plotline just now.

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