Lori Loughlin Released from Prison After just Two Months | 22 Words

Loughlin, who came into the limelight playing Aunt Becky in Full House has been a constant face on our screens for over twenty years. So the news that she was embroiled along with her husband, Mossimo Giannull, in charges of fraud, shocked America.

Now, Loughlin has been released after just two months behind bars.

Keep scrolling for the full story.

Things have not been going well for Lori Loughlin and her husband.

After a turbulent few months brimming with evidence earlier this year, the pair pleaded guilty to the scam that split the nation.

You all remember Lori Loughlin from Full House, right?

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The family-based sitcom, Full House was a huge success - not only did it springboard Loughlin's career but it was also Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen's breakthrough. Full House ran from 1987 until 1995. Loughlin was there through it all, playing the beloved Aunty Becky.

She became a household name and was on our screens for years...

Which is why the world was shocked to find she'd been charged with fraud last year for her part in the infamous College Admissions Scandal.

Her career has fallen apart...

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It's safe to say that her life is truly on a downward spiral...

The star was dropped from spin-off, Fuller house.

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In 2016, Netflix decided to make a spin-off of the original sitcom and call it Fuller House. A lot of the old cast returned, including Aunty Becky and her husband, Uncle Jesse played by John Stamos. However, since the admissions scandal, Netflix has dropped Loughlin. Fans are still not sure how Netflix is planning to explain her character's absence from season 5.

The actress was also been dropped by the Hallmark Channel.

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The Hallmark Channel was the first to sever ties with Loughlin after she was arrested for the admissions scandal. In March 2019 Loughlin was dropped by Hallmark and her scenes from season six of When Calls the Heart are being edited out.

Her influencer daughter, Olivia Jade, also took a major hit...

The social media influencer had a lot of advertising contracts with beauty brands. She was dropped by Tresseme and french beauty company, Sephora, who were quick to distance themselves from her once the scandal broke.

And then news emerged that Loughlin and Giannull would face jail time.

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It is widely understood that the couple paid $500,000 in bribes to a coach at USC to give places to their daughters, Olivia and Bella, under the guise that they would be part of the athletics team.

Olivia Jade is not facing any charges.

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According to her father's court hearing, Olivia Jade had found the USC application confusing and had allowed someone who is facing charges to fill it out for her.

The worst part? Olivia Jade wasn't even bothered about going to college.

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One of the things that have infuriated the public with this case is that Olivia Jade clearly wasn't bothered about her education. Simply because the family is incredibly rich they felt as though they should get everything, even a sports scholarship, which would have to be taken the place of someone who actually deserved it.

"... I do want the experience of like game days, partying ..."

In a revealing YouTube video, Olivia Jade had even told her many fans that she wasn't really bothered about going to college. Before the scandal had broke, she posted a video in which she talked about starting school in the fall. She said: "I do want the experience of like game days, partying ...I don't really care about school, as you guys all know."

But her mom and dad were insistent.

Which of course, has backfired massively.

The Loughlin-Giannull clan had no idea they would get caught out.

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But, of course, they were.

Felicity Huffman famously got sentenced to fourteen days in jail for her part in the scandal.

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Another famous face in the college admissions scandal was actress, Felicity Huffman. The star pleaded guilty and was sentenced to fourteen days in jail and ordered to do 250 hours of community service.

But Loughlin and Giannull took a different route...

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Loughlin and Giannull pleaded not guilty to the original charges - but a few months back it was reported they could be facing up to 50 years in prison.

It's safe to say the family is not popular right now...

Whilst there are plenty of people who feel sorry for the family, the majority of Americans have no time for these privileged criminals.

It's surprising that Olivia Jade has continued to post on Instagram really...

The social media influencer has carried on posting pictures on her feed which show off her privileged lifestyle. Her privilege once drew subscribers in, but now in reaction to the admissions scandal, her wealth and spoiled lifestyle only serve to further condemn her.

The comments are not kind.

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Olivia Jade's Instagram was once flooded with warm messages from her loyal followers, who both envied her and wanted to be her friend at the same time. Now, it's a very different story.

Which is why many were surprised to see her return to Youtube.

It seemed that despite knowing she would receive a whole load of backlash, Olivia Jade couldn't stay away from her YouTube channel.

As for her parents...

Well they knew things weren’t looking good - and even prepared for time behind bars.

Imagine being Aunt Becky's cellmate...

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“Besides the physical training she’s getting lots of advice from prison professors on how to earn one’s keep behind bars," the source said. “It’s a sure sign she knows deep down she’s facing an inevitable stretch and will need to be prepared."

And she was right to prepare herself because, after a lengthy process, she and her husband pleaded guilty to their crimes.

The US Attorney's Office in the District of Massachusetts revealed the news earlier this year.

But weirdly enough, they will not be receiving such a harsh punishment.

As part of their plea bargain, CNN reported that Loughlin will be sentenced to 2 months in prison and Giannulli will be sentenced to 5 months in prison, subject to the court's approval.

And today, Loughlin has been released after spending just two months behind bars.

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As per TMZ, the star began her sentence on October 30 in Dublin, California. And now it’s somewhat come to an end.

This brings her one step closer to closing this disastrous chapter.

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Loughlin also must serve two years of supervised release, perform 100 hours of community service and pay a fine of $150,000,