We Are Not Guilty! Lori Loughlin And Her Husband Have Officially Pleaded Not Guilty In The College Cheating Scandal
April 16, 2019 11:47 By Fabiosa
We are not guilty! That’s what Lori Loughlin and her husband said in the court earlier these days. The Full House actress and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, have officially pleaded not guilty in the college cheating scandal. But fans have controversial reactions on Lori’s announcement.
Here is an important update on the college cheating scandal. Lori Loughlin and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, appeared in the court for a Monday hearing and pleaded not guilty in the college admissions cheating scam.
The spouses have also waived their right to appear in court for an arraignment on a money laundering charge.
As it was reported earlier, Lori Loughlin is among high-profile parents, facing charges in the college cheating scandal.
Lori’s ‘colleague in cheating’, the Desperate Housewives star Felicity Huffman, agreed to plead guilty during the recent court hearing.
Loughlin and her husband reportedly paid $500,000 for their elder daughter, Olivia Jade.
But it looks like the Full House actress doesn’t see any legal violation in her actions. According to People, Lori thinks “she hadn’t done anything that any mom wouldn’t have done.”
However, fans and not-celebrity parents disagree with Lori’s position.
Of course they did. With their money all the high priced lawyers will be there. Hope a few of the college members involved are witnesses for the prosecution— John Harlow (@MysticKnight982) April 15, 2019
Total respect for @FelicityHuffman— Melissa (@MelWatergirl) April 15, 2019
But Lori this is a bad choice for you. You will get off probably but the stench of cheating and not owning it will long linger past any Hallmark movie.
Because Lori’s crime is much worse than Felicity....I mean cheating on a test pales in comparison to forgery....that’s easily jail time!— Melissa (@missy2938) April 8, 2019
Privilege. Courts will always favor those who fill their coin purse. Not the court system.— prasith xayaphet (@PLogDreamWalker) April 15, 2019
Lori plea deal will be 1-2 years in prison based on 500K amount. But if she’s convicted that’s 4-5 years.— ytabuse (@ytabuse) April 9, 2019
The trial is still going. Reports say Lori can be sentenced to several years in jail if found guilty.
What do you think about all this cheating scandal? Do you share Lori Loughlin’s position?