Daily Mail: Lori Loughlin's Husband Mossimo Giannulli Has Been Struggling with Life in Prison
The Daily Mail revealed that Lori Loughlin's husband Mossimo Giannulli has been struggling in prison and still has 4 months to complete his 5-month sentence.
Lori Loughlin's husband Mossimo Gianulli has been struggling in prison and still needs to serve 4 more months to complete his 5-month prison sentence, as reported by The Daily Mail.
Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Gianulli both received prison time when they were sentenced for their part in the college admissions bribery scandal in 2019.
Loughlin was sentenced to two months and was released on December 28 after completing her sentence at a federal correctional facility in Dublin, California.
A source revealed to People that although Loughlin was happy and relieved to be at home after her release, she was stressed about Mossimo and his conditions in prison. The source said:
"She has felt stressed about Mossimo, but got an update that he is doing okay."
Mossimo reported to the USP Lompoc on November 19, 2020. He is set to be released in April 2021. However, it has been reported that he has been struggling in prison.
Due to a COVID-19 outbreak within the prison, Mossimo is under solidarity confinement and is only allowed out 3 times a week to shower briefly. Many prisoners and guards have tested positive for the virus.
The source shared that the conditions have caused him both mental and physical harm.
He had spent the first month of his sentence alone and is expected to spend at least another 30 days in solidarity confinement, a source revealed to The Daily Mail.
The family source revealed that Mossimo had been told he would be in a minimum-security camp, but instead, he is being housed in a medium-security jail with dangerous felons. The source said:
"He's been put in the medium security jail which houses dangerous felons and has been kept in solitary."
The source shared that the conditions have caused him both mental and physical harm. Lompoc is dealing it a COVID-19 outbreak, and so new prisoners have to be quarantined.
The couple was charged with conspiracy to commit wire and mail fraud after paying Rick Singer $500 000 to get their two daughters, Olivia and Isabella, into the University of Southern California.
Along with their prison time, the couple is expected to pay $400 000 in fines and perform community service. Loughlin must serve 100 hours, while Mossimo must serve 250 hours.