Will Lori Loughlin And Felicity Huffman Get A Plea Deal Without Prison? Official Reveals His Opinion

April 4, 2019

Around 33 parents, including famous Hollywood personas, are facing charges after the biggest college admission scandal in the US. Actresses Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman along with other accused arrived at court yesterday to face a federal judge.

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According to prosecutors, the parents used their wealth to rig their kids’ test scores, as well as bribe coaches at sought-after institutions. But will we actually see Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman behind bars?

The official’s opinion

The official believes Loughlin and Huffman won’t be getting off that easy. The prosecutors will do everything to make the actresses “pay” for what they’ve done and serve some time in prison.

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It was said:

You can't have people being treated differently because they have money. That's how we got to this place. Every defendant will be treated the same.

If convicted, Loughlin and Huffman might be facing a maximum of 5 years behind bars. However, the judge will have the final word if the case is plea bargained, which might happen.

As Lori Loughlin arrived at court, smiling at everyone, one woman shouted:

Lori, pay for my tuition!

Other woman sued the actresses for $500 billion because her son didn’t get into one of the colleges where the bribery took place. We don’t know the details and the whole story but we hope the guilty people, no matter who they are, will get what they deserve.

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