In recent news, we’ve heard about the unfolding surrounding the criminal charges placed against actress Lori Loughlin (and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli). They tried to bribe their daughters (Olivia Jade and Isabella Rose) into the University of Southern California with $500,000. The couple has pled not guilty on the charges, and will now proceed to court. This declaration of not guilty, may have put their children in a tough and sticky situation.
While it’s scary enough to be put on the stand as a witness to your parents case, Lori Loughlin’s daughters may actually be charged as defendants to the crime as well. Having already been kicked out of USC when the initial findings of the scandal broke, the two girls have been thrown one curve ball after the other.
It’s been said, that if Lori Loughlin and her husband knew that pleading not guilty could have jeopardized their children, they would accepted the guilty plea. However, that plea could face up to five years in prison in addition to $250,000. Not to mention, their additional charges of money laundering, could tackle on 35 years to the sentence. Yikes!