According to reports, Lori Loughlin was in high spirits and her husband Mossimo Giannulli was released from prison for his role in the college admissions scandal.
Online prison records reviewed by Fox News confirmed that Gianulli had been transferred to the RRM Long Beach residential re-entry facility.
Giannulli, 57, spent the last five months in a federal prison in Lompoc near Santa Barbara. Nearly one month after Laughlin reported to the Dublin FCI that he had completed a two-month sentence, he was imprisoned in November.
Although Loughlin and their children did not directly solve the problem, a source told the People’s Daily that the former “full house” actress was “released” saying that her spouse was no longer in custody.
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The source told the media: “After Lori was released from prison, he felt relieved. Despite this, Mosimo is still in federal detention.”
A person familiar with the matter told the Associated Press that Giannuli was released to family imprisonment on Friday. The person familiar with the matter said that he is expected to serve the remaining sentence at home. The person was unable to discuss the matter publicly, and chatted with Midland Social on an anonymous basis.
It is not uncommon for the Giannulli case to be released to family imprisonment, partly because of his short sentence.
Records show that he is under the supervision of the Long Beach Prison Administration, which is responsible for the management of halfway houses and prisoners in domestic confinement. Records show that he will be released from family imprisonment on April 17.
According to its website, RRM Long Beach is a “resident re-entry management field office.” These types of facilities “provide community-based services for federal criminals that will facilitate their re-entry,” the site said.
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As early as August, Loughlin and Giannulli pleaded guilty to the charge of defrauding planner William “Rick” Singer to pay $500,000, and their daughter was recruited to the University of Southern California Crew team. The two have never participated in this sport.
In a plea agreement, Laughlin agreed to serve two months in prison and pay a fine of $150,000, as well as two years of supervised release and 100 hours of community service. Giannulli agreed to pay a $250,000 fine and accept two years in prison and 250 hours of community service, as well as five months in prison.
The fashion designer addressed the court at the sentencing hearing in August and expressed regret for his involvement in the scandal.
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“I deeply apologize… for the harm my actions have caused to my daughter, wife and others. I take full responsibility for my actions, and I am ready to accept the consequences and move on, the lessons learned from the experience,” Jia Annu Lee said.
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Assistant US Attorney Kristen Kearney (Kristen Kearney) said that he will serve “five months.” Kearney said that Giannulli’s crimes were not just about “overzealously raising children.”
Melissa Roberto of Fox News and Asscoaited Press contributed to the report.