It was originally believed that Loughlin would serve with the FCI Victorville, also in California, but it was a matter for the judge and the Bureau of Prisons. She had until November 19th to surrender.
Giannulli’s sentence includes a five-month sentence as he played a bigger role by staging photos of the girls on rowing machines to look like real athletes. He is expected to spend his time at FCI Lompoc, also a low-security facility outside of Los Angeles. According to the BOP spokesman, he has not yet surrendered, but has until November 19 to do so. Anyway, it seems that Loughlin and Giannulli will be separated over the holidays.
For at least the first 14 days of Loughlin’s detention, she is expected to be quarantined amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Once Loughlin finishes her term, she will be released under custody for two years. She was also ordered to pay a fine of $ 150,000 and do 100 hours of community service. (Giannulli’s sentence was harsher, with a fine of $ 250,000 along with the two years’ probation.)
Loughlin said during her trial in court: “I made a terrible decision. I joined a plan to give my daughters an unfair advantage in college admission. In doing so, I ignored my intuition and let myself be distracted by my moral compass. “
She concluded by saying that she believed in “salvation” and that she would “do everything in my power to save myself” and “give something back for the rest of my life”.
People Magazine. “data-reactid =” 40 “> While Loughlin was ready to pass her time, she was” still afraid of going to jail, “a source close to the actress told People magazine.