Lori Loughlin Arranges Surrender Amidst College Admissions Scandal Arrest

Written by on March 13, 2019

Fourth Estate Staff

Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – Actress Lori Loughlin is expected to surrender to authorities after being charged in one of the biggest college admissions scandals in America to date that involves Hollywood actresses, wealthy families, coaches and college executives.

The ‘Full House’ sitcom actress, who plays Aunt Becky, was shooting in Vancouver for the Netflix show when FBI agents showed up to her home in Los Angeles.

Her daughters, Olivia Jade and Isabella Rose, whom she shares with her fashion designer husband Mossimo Gianulli, are students of the University of California but were allegedly admitted through bribes.

The authorities have arrested Loughlin’s husband and made arrangements of her surrender to the police when she returns to Los Angeles this Wednesday. Gianulli was eventually released after posting a $1 million bail bond.

Loughlin and her husband allegedly paid $500,000 to William “Rick” Singer, a college fixer, to falsify their daughters’ documents to make them seem like athletes (in this case they were rowers) even though they weren’t so plump up their college applications. Their daughters got in to USC and are currently being roasted on social media as of the moment, especially Olivia Jade who’s a social media influencer who is ‘cashing in’ on her college experience through sponsorships by posting pictures and videos of her college life.

Loughlin immediately deleted all her social media accounts after the scandal broke out.

The scheme involved two parts— one where applicants were admitted through their athletic abilities when they weren’t and the other where other people took the exams for them.

No students were charged as the parents were the prime source of the fraud according to the authorities.

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