John Stamos Teases ‘Fuller House’ Final Season with Lori Loughlin, Causing a Stir among Fans
The “Fuller House” star’s decision to tease the fans about the upcoming season backfired due to the presence of his scandalous co-star.
Jason Stamos could not leave out co-star Lori Loughlin from a snapshot that announced the fifth season of “Fuller House,” which is also going to be the show’s last season.
Accompanying Stamos and Loughlin in the snapshot were other stars from the show including Bob Sagat, Dave Coulier, Jodie Sweetin, Andrea Barber, and Candace Cameron Bure.
Several fans took to the comments section to voice their displeasure regarding Loughlin’s presence.
One Instagram user, ‘dorisvabeach,’ commented her opinion that Loughlin should be spending “time behind bars.” Another commenter also stated that the star deserved “prison.”
Meanwhile, few other Instagram users also wrote in support of Loughlin arguing that she should deserve a second chance.
Instagram user, ‘adelaride86,’ wrote, “We should forgive and forget [everyone’s] crimes, not just celebs.”
Another commenter wrote, “Judging someone on their worst mistakes is disgusting. No parent is perfect. We all make bad calls. Get over it.”
Some other fans decided to shift their attention completely away from Loughlin and to the fact that their beloved show was coming to its end.
Instagram user, ‘3314fan,’ wrote that they did not want the show to end and they have ‘enjoyed the 4 season reunion.’ Another commenter simply wished stars Stamos and Sweetin the best for the final season.
Earlier in March, Loughlin was accused of bribing around $500,000 to get her daughters, Olivia Jade and Isabella Rose, into the University of Southern California.
Along with her designer husband, Mossimo Giannulli, the star was indicted on federal charges. Later in April, she pleaded not guilty to the charges involving conspiracy to commit money laundering and conspiracy to commit mail fraud.
Earlier this month, a source close to Loughlin stated that the star believes she does not deserve jail time.