Lori Loughlin's Husband Mossimo Giannulli Debuts Shaved Head Days before Reporting to Prison
Lori Loughlin's husband Mossimo Giannulli gave people a glimpse of his new hairstyle as he is days away from reporting to prison to serve time just like his wife.
Mossimo Giannulli caught a lot of attention recently after he was spotted in public sporting a prison-fit buzzcut and a gray beard — a look popularly regarded as the Hollywood look of a prison inmate in preparation.
Giannulli is scheduled to report to prison on November 19 to start serving his five-month-long prison sentence for the part he played in the college admission scandal. He was sentenced in August after a virtual hearing.
He used to have a handsome hairstyle and trimmed facial hair; however, he opted for the shaved head and grizzly beard in preparation for his jail term. Giannulli was spotted out and about with the hairstyle on Monday, in Beverly Hills.
He wore a black polo shirt, denim pants, and designer accessories. The man may have changed his appearance; however, he is not in jail yet and is not ready to forego those luxuries until he has to.
As is common knowledge, Giannulli and his wife will most likely spend the upcoming Thanksgiving festivities in jail — Loughlin is currently serving her two-month sentence at FCI Dublin. If things go well for her, she may be out in time for Christmas.
Loughlin and Giannulli got married after they eloped together on Thanksgiving Day in 1997.
On the other hand, her husband will not be getting out until after Easter. The pair was arrested in March 2019 after they were accused of using a sum of $500,000 to bribe their daughters' way into the University of Southern California.
They initially pleaded not guilty however they accepted plea deals in May. Aside from the five-month sentence Giannulli will start on the 19th, he will also pay a $250,000 fine, put in 250 hours of community service, and two years of supervised release.
With her two-month-long jail term, the "Fuller House" actress and mother-of-two pays a $150,000 fine, gets two years of supervised release, and 100 hours of community service.
Loughlin and Giannulli got married after they eloped together on Thanksgiving Day in 1997. They had a friend, who was also a minister, meet them, and they made things official at sunrise.
They returned to Thanksgiving dinner to announce the good news to everybody. Before their marriage, Loughlin was previously married to Michael Burns, and their marriage lasted between 1989 to 1996.
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