College Admissions Scam: Actress Lori Loughlin Released On $1M Bond

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As of yesterday, the FBI  reported that the "Fuller House" actress Lori Loughlin was taken into custody in Los Angeles in connection with college admissions scam. She was expected to face charges this past Wendesday in the U.S. District Court in LA. The Typical Student team continues to follow the groundbreaking college admissions scandal. Read the beginning of the story in Huge College-Admissions Scandal Uncovers Hollywood Actresses Bribing Elite Colleges.

Lori Loughlin Released On $1M Bond Arrangement



While one of the suspects, Felicity Huffmanas, was released from federal custody, Lori Loughlin, 54, was expected to face charges as to college admissions corruption scandal. Today, FoxNews reports Ms Loughlin was released as part of her $1M bond arrangement. The "Full House" star is permitted to travel the continental US and British Columbia, where she is currently filming. When all her projects wrap in November, Ms Loughlin will have to surrender her passport. Also, Ms Loughlin has been prohibited from speaking to any person related to the case, except her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, and both of her daughters who "could be witnesses" to the case.


Other People Involved In College Admissions Scam




As reported by Fox News, Loughlin's fellow actress, Felicity Huffman, who is an Academy Award nominee, was arrested Tuesday for her alleged involvement in the college admissions scheme. Ms Huffman appeared in Los Angeles federal court the same day before posting $250,000 bail and surrendering her passport. FoxNews reports that Loughlin, Giannulli and Huffman have all been ordered to appear in federal court  for a preliminary hearing in Boston on March 29.




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