Us Weekly: Lori Loughlin's Request to Serve 2-Month Jail Sentence in California Approved

Lori Loughlin and husband Mossimo Giannulli's year-long court case has officially come to an end! The pair has been sentenced to two and five months in prison for their role in the college admissions offence.

Fox News reported that, daughters, Olivia and Isabella 'Bella' Giannulli are shaken by the sentence handed down to their parents. The source shared that the girls have been spending a lot more time as a family.

Loughlin is to serve two months in prison, while her husband will serve five. Judge Nathaniel M. Gorton has given the couple until November 19 to report to a facility to begin serving time.

Lori Loughlin leaving the Boston federal court with husband, Mossimo Giannulli in 2019. | Photo: Getty Images.

Lori Loughlin leaving the Boston federal court with husband, Mossimo Giannulli in 2019. | Photo: Getty Images.

RESPECTING THE JUDGEMENT

The  "Fuller House" actress and her husband have agreed to the conditions of the agreement. Loughlin was described as emotional during the proceedings. Fox News published:

"Loughlin agreed to serve two months and pay a $150,000 fine along with two years of supervised release and 100 hours of community service."

Giannulli, is instructed to serve five months in prison, pay a $250,000 fine with two years of supervised release and 250 hours of community service, the report continued. The family is savoring the time they have left together.

ACKNOWLEDGING HER MISTAKES

The married couple were charged for trying to get their daughters recruited on a crew team at the University of Southern California (USC) although the girls had never participated in sports before.

As the dark cloud surrounding her career and family continues to weigh heavy on her, she also said that she will do what is in her power to reclaim herself.

During the court case, Loughlin requested to serve her time at a medium-security prison in Victorville as it is closer to home. The preceeding judge signed-off on her request to serve her time at the prison.

STILL LIVING

Loughlin and Giannulli sold their Bel Air home and bought a new house in California. The home is in a gated community offering residents luxury country style living.

Loughlin plans to use the situation as a stepping stone to do good.

People said that the houses in the community measure 11 748 square feet of living space offers privacy and amenities like a pool, walk-in wine cellar, gym and movie theatre. residents are treated to a view of the area.

THE SCANDAL THAT CHANGED EVERYTHING

During her sentencing, the mom of two, said that she allowed her ethics to be compromised. Loughlin admitted to wanting to give her children an unjust gain into USC.

As the dark cloud surrounding her career and family continues to weigh heavy on her, she also said that she will do what is in her power to reclaim herself. Loughlin plans to use the situation as a stepping stone to do good.

Lori Loughlin attends the Women's Cancer Research Fund Benefit Gala at the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel in 2019 with daughters, Olivia and Isabella Giannulli. | Photo: Getty Images.

Lori Loughlin attends the Women's Cancer Research Fund Benefit Gala at the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel in 2019 with daughters, Olivia and Isabella Giannulli. | Photo: Getty Images.

Olivia and Bella Giunnulli has also stayed clear from social media. They don't post as often as they used. YouTuber, Olivia last posted on her channel nine months ago.

Bella Guinnulli's last post was an unknown quote sharing that even though she hasn't spoken to people who were once close to her, she will always remember who they are and what they meant to her.

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