Skip to comments.Lori Loughlin 'aware' of Felicity Huffman sentence, regrets not taking plea deal: report
Posted on 09/16/2019 1:46:13 PM PDT by libstripper
Lori Loughlin may have second thoughts about pleading not guilty in the college admissions scandal following Felicity Huffman's 14-day sentence.
A source close to Loughlin told People that the former "Fuller House" star was "aware of Felicitys sentence and is processing what that means for her." The insider added of Huffman's sentencing date Friday, "This has been a rough day. Lori is going to move forward as best as she can, but now she has a little more clarity about what will happen next."
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Lori thinks she’s better than the people. She thought they would never put her in jail.
My over under for Lori is around six months jailtime, but with a very large fine — maybe matching the $500K she spent on bribes — and lengthy probation and community service which will take years to work through.
I’m thinking Lori would look good in prison orange. But that’s all based on the outfit...
I wonder if she’ll have one of the 70’s and 80’s style prisoner’s outfits - you know with the halter top and exposed midriff? Just like in the cheap B-grade movies.
Of course, I haven’t seen any of those movies. I’m just going off what others have said about them...
I’m not saying - I’m just saying, that’s all...
I hope she is convicted by the jury and the judge sentences her to the maximum on each count to be served consecutively. I hope the old hag becomes a very old hag in prison.
I hope she gets a fair trial and proper (not reduced) sentencing.
She rolled the dice.
I figure that they will want to make an example out of her and her husband. I would guess between 1 and 5 years and not at club fed.
I have been wondering about the school officials that took the bribes. Nobody talks about them. Anybody know if they are going to get penalized or do they just resign or get fired and go to another school and do the same thing and keep taking bribes?
“I wonder if shell have one of the 70s and 80s style prisoners outfits - you know with the halter top and exposed midriff? Just like in the cheap B-grade movies.”
The “best” was “Reform School Girl,” awarded an A+ by yours truly because the title told the audience it was going to be raw, raunchy, sexist, obscene, degrading, and violent, just as it turned out to be. The only thing wrong with it, as far as I was concerned, is it wasn’t made in time for me and my fraternity brothers to enjoy it on an appropriately drunken night at the house.
I know, I’m evil, with the mind of a Spotted Adder.
She may be acquitted. Dont despair Lori.
There was a very pretty blond woman that was to “Pretty To Be Put In Prison”. This was the judges call. I believe this was in the mid 90’s. May be she will have the same fate.
Seriously, there are people who commit manslaughter who are out in three years. They passed a law in this state that gives you a longer mandatory sentence for killing a police DOG.
Protecting human life must be the law’s #1 priority.
Loughlin deserves punishment but if she serves more than killers something is wrong.
Me too. I hink this whole thing is way overblown and they act like she killed a dozen people, instead of trying to help her kid get in a good college.
This whole thing is stupid.
I don’t believe they committed a crime.
They tried to get their dumb children into college and no one got hurt.
Completely agree, This is a travesty, if these people want to waste their time and money getting their spoiled brats into college so what. Are the authorities going to go after all the politicians that get their dumbass kids into yale and harvard? I doubt it.
Don’t get me wrong, Lori needs to be punished and I think a good spanking is in order. I would even volunteer to administer the punishment myself.
truth is that the admissions to university have always had this going on. the higher up the bribe paid and the bigger the bribe the more legal it is treated. if they wanted in so bad a 10 million donation to the universities building fund and a invitation to the right party disguised as a charity fundraiser would of done the job with out all the hubbub.
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