BOSTON, MA - APRIL 3: Actress Lori Loughlin and her husband Mossimo Giannulli, wearing a green tie on the left, leave the United States Courthouse in Boston on April 3, 2019.  Hollywood stars Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin were among 13 scheduled parents to appear in federal court in Boston Wednesday, the first time since they were indicted in a massive college admissions scandal last month.  You were among 50 people - including coaches, powerful financiers and entrepreneurs - who were indicted in a brazen conspiracy in which wealthy parents allegedly wanted to bribe sports coaches at top universities to take their children in.  Many of the parents reportedly paid for someone else to take their children’s SAT or ACT exams or correct their answers to guarantee them high scores.  (Photo by Pat Greenhouse / The Boston Globe via Getty Images)

Despite the report, Lori Loughlin is not a “wreck” in prison

Lori Loughlin, who was on trial in April 2019, is not a “wreck” in prison. (Photo: Pat Greenhouse / The Boston Globe via Getty Images)

Reports that Lori Loughlin is a “wreck” in prison are grossly exaggerated.

The 56-year-old full house actress signed up with the Federal Correctional Institution in Dublin, California late last month to begin her two-month detention early in hopes that she will be home for the vacation – and 2021 that one Part of her will begin set behind her. While Loughlin quarantines are the standard protocol for new prisoners amid the pandemic alongside the general population, a report says she is a “wreck” behind bars. The story goes that she tried to “be brave” but is overwhelmed by the fear that something “will go terribly wrong in prison” and that her stay will be “extended”.

However, a source tells Yahoo Entertainment that the report contains “no truth,” which is a fake.

As already mentioned, Loughlin is alone in the low security prison for at least the first 14 days. This is not a celebrity benefit, this happens to all new prisoners and transfers so they can be quarantined before being exposed to anyone else. In quarantine, Loughlin cannot leave her cell or unit – her meals come in a brown pouch.

Currently, all visits to the facility Loughlin is housed are on hold until further notice due to COVID-19. To compensate for this, inmates were given additional phone minutes per month (500 versus 300, all in 15-minute increments) free of charge to make up for the lack of social visits. However, it is unclear whether Loughlin has phone rights while in quarantine. (A prison spokesman has yet to respond to Yahoo’s request.)

Once medically resolved, Loughlin will likely be relocated to the facility’s storage area, where Desperate Housewives star Felicity Huffman also spent her time in the college admissions scandal last year. She wakes up at 5 a.m., has a job (for example: office work, food preparation or cleaning) and some free time to play sports, take a handicraft class or get some fresh air outside on the sports field.

If Loughlin has phone privileges, her shortlist likely includes her husband Mossimo Giannulli and two daughters, Olivia Jade and Isabella.

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Meanwhile, Giannulli has until November 19 to surrender to his own sentence – which is 5 months longer than Loughlin’s. The couple pleaded guilty to paying US $ 500,000 to take their daughters through an illegal “side door” to the University of Southern California, where they were posed as crew recruits, even though neither of them participated in the sport.

When Loughlin was sentenced in August, she told the judge that she had made a “terrible decision” by following the plan. She vowed to “do everything in my power to save myself” and “give back for the rest of my life”.

On her early surrender, a Loughlin source told People magazine, “She hopes to be home by Christmas, but she will definitely be home by the New Year. She was all right, so a few days ago she decided to report to the jail. She can leave that behind when she goes into 2021. “

The source also told the point of sale, “She’s going to put her jaw on and spend her time. Of course she’s scared of it, but she’s resigned that this is the way to get this over with. She’s already thinking about it, like 2021 will be better for them. ” and she will be able to go forward. “Next:” She will learn what she can do from the experience and hopefully become an even better person out of it. She is open to learning the lessons she needs to learn. “

Once Loughlin finishes her sentence, she will be released under supervision for two years and do 100 hours of community service. She was fined $ 150,000 before she was handed over to prison.

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