She may have been released from prison, but Lori Loughlin’s suffering is not over yet.
Just a few days ago, the 56-year-old “Full House” alum was released from prison after serving for two months for participating in the college entrance scandal.
Although she is now reunited with her daughters Olivia Jade and Isabelle Rose, and is no doubt looking forward to the future, it is reported that the actress still treats her husband Mosimo. · Mossimo Giannulli feels “stressed” after being released from prison.
The 57-year-old designer reported his five months in prison on November 19, less than a month after his wife reported her sentence.
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A source told People magazine: “She is relieved and happy to be home.” “She feels a lot of pressure on Mossimo, but got the latest news that he was doing okay.”
Insiders pointed out that, like Lavlin, the coronavirus pandemic has affected Jaannuli’s prison time.
“[Giannulli] They were also quarantined because of COVID. “They explained, “Until Mossimo is released, the whole nightmare will not stop completely. But Lowry still seems to be very positive. She spent yesterday with her daughters and she is looking forward to the new year. “
After release from prison, LORI LOUGHLIN held an emotional meeting with her daughters DAUGHTERS OLIVIA JADE and ISABELLA
A representative of the star declined to comment.
After Loughlin was released on Monday, a source told the media that Loughlin immediately came out of prison to meet with her daughter and reunited emotionally and in tears in Los Angeles.
Insiders said: “This is the end of a long ordeal.” They added that she “is relieved that she can be sentenced to prison.”
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The source continued: “This is the most stressful thing she has ever dealt with.” “She plans to spend the New Year with Olivia and Bella.”
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Loughlin pleaded guilty to a conspiracy to commit wire transfer and mail fraud in May. For Giannulli, he pleaded guilty to a conspiracy to commit wire and mail fraud and an honest service of wire and mail fraud.
Tyler McCarthy of Fox News contributed to this report