Lori Loughlin is doing everything she can to make her wrongs into rights, and that’s why she and her husband Massimo Giannuli have paid off over $400,000 in fines from their college admissions scandal.
The couple is currently serving their overlapping prison terms. Lori is expected to spend two months behind bars while Massimo will complete five months, in addition to a certain number of hours they must do for community service.
According to court documents, as part of their plea deal, Lori has paid the $150,000 she owed while Massimo paid off his $250,000 debt as well.
Lori Loughlin And Massimo Giannuli Pay Off $400,000 In Their College Admissions Scandal Fines
Meanwhile, there are reports that say while Lori at first had a tough time behind bars, she has now adjusted herself quite well and has been attending church services as well as making weekly phone calls to her publicist.
A source close to the actress told Us Weekly that Lori has been going to church services at the federal correctional facility in order to hold on to her faith. “Lori has been praying a lot,” the source told the celebrity gossip magazine. “She hangs out with a group and keeps to herself.”
People Magazine says a source close to the situation says that while Lori is adjusting to her daily prison routine, she’s still hoping to rehabilitate her public image and get back to work on television.
“She has not had any specific problems,” one source tells the publication. “No one has tried any s— with her. No one is bullying her. The guards aren’t treating her any differently than other inmates.”
Lori and Massimo were caught in a massive college bribe scandal in which the couple paid a heap of money to get their daughters admitted into the University of Southern California.
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