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Lori Loughlin Prison Sentence Update – ‘Full House’ Star Dave Coulier Breaks Silence

Lori Loughlin Prison Sentence Update –Actor Dave Coulier is opening up about why he would have never predicted seeing his Full House co-star Lori Loughlin behind bars.

The duo shared the spotlight in the ABC show “Full House,” It ran for eight seasons and 192 episodes, from September 22, 1987, to May 23, 1995. While Loughlin portrayed Rebecca Donaldson Katsopolis in season two before taking on a regular role for the remainder of the show, Coulier played Joey Gladstone.

The pair recently reunited for the spinoff “Fuller House” after departing from the 1990s series and carving out their own routes in their professional careers. Loughlin’s career, however, recently encountered a major obstacle when she was implicated in an admissions scam and jailed.

 

Lori Loughlin Prison Sentence

Lori Loughlin Prison Sentence Update - ‘Full House’ Star Dave Coulier Breaks Silence
Lori Loughlin Prison Sentence Update
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Coulier told E! News The fact that the actor described his relationship with Loughlin as being “extremely tight” suggests that he believed he knew her well enough to anticipate she would not have become involved in a scandal of that nature.
He declared, “Lori is my finest girlfriend ever.” Through the good times and the bad, we make each other laugh a lot.

According to the chat, it is likely that Loughlin concealed her role in the incident from Coulier from the beginning, perhaps to prevent him from being embroiled in her personal issues.

Since then, Loughlin has apologized publicly for her actions, calling them “terrible decisions” that gave her children an “unfair advantage.”

 

‘We All Make Mistakes

Actor Dave Coulier attends the premiere of the motion picture animated comedy "Planes" at the El Capitan Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles
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Coulier acknowledged that the actress’s reputation had been damaged by the widely reported incident and that it would be challenging for her to get over it. He asserted that Loughlin is a “great human being,” nonetheless and that she merits another shot.

He claimed that there was a complex understory that few people were aware of. “We all commit errors.”

Since the passing of former castmate and close friend Bob Saget earlier this year, Coulier says his bond with the “Full House” family has become deeper. He claims the experience has made him more aware of how ephemeral life is.

The actor claimed it was “amazing” to reconnect with his former co-stars Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen when the cast reunited for Saget’s memorial in January and said they still held each other in high regard.

He added, “Even though there was great sorrow, there was great joy with being able to connect the dots over the years and not miss a beat as far as our friendships and the love for each other.”

 

The Admission Scandal

Lori Loughlin charged in college admissions cheating scheme

After a law enforcement investigation into an alleged criminal enterprise that allegedly used athletic positions to illegally acquire spots for famous children in prestigious US institutions, Loughlin’s involvement in the college admissions scam came to light.

The actress and her boyfriend, Mossimo Giannulli, were two of the 50 people identified by the authorities as having participated in a protracted fraud scheme.

In May 2020, Loughlin admitted admission to conspiring to commit wire and mail fraud in a Massachusetts court. Giannulli entered a guilty plea to the same charges as well as a charge of wire and mail fraud. The actress and her fashion designer husband were later sentenced by a federal court after accepting a plea agreement.

Loughlin was ordered by the plea agreement to pay a fine of $150,000 (£112,000) and perform community service, while her husband was sentenced to a punishment of $250,000 plus community service. In addition, the pair received a jail term of many months for their involvement in the crime.

 

Lori Loughlin Attended The DesignCare 2022 Gala

Lori Loughlin at the 2022 HollyRod Gala

As reported by The Blast,

Loughlin made her first public appearance nearly three years after being charged with participating in a fraud scheme involving her children’s college admissions when she walked the red carpet in Los Angeles a week ago.

The HollyRod Foundation, a nonprofit organization established by actress Holly Robinson Peete and her husband, Rodney Peete, raised money during the DesignCare 2022 Gala, which was held at RJ’s Place.

Loughlin, who previously featured in “Fuller House,” a Netflix spinoff of “Full House,” donned a long-sleeved ocean blue gown with silver shoes and a similar clutch purse, with her dark blonde hair pulled back. She is accessorized with a matching pocketbook and clutch.

The entire event’s revenues were used to give families who had relatives and children with cancer financial support with autism or Parkinson’s disease.

 

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