The former Full House star and her husband Mossimo Giannulli have pleaded guilty to college entrance fraud.
Lori Loughlin will serve her two-month prison sentence in a medium security prison in Victorville, California.
The former Full House star and her husband, designer Mossimo Giannulli, pleaded guilty to paying $ 500,000 to help their daughters enter the University of Southern California as bogus athletes, as part of a major admissions scandal. University.
While Loughlin was sentenced to two months behind bars, a fine of USD $ 150,000 and 100 hours of community service, Giannulli, the founder of the clothing brand Mossimo, will serve five months in jail, will pay an additional fine of USD $ 250,000 and will provide 250 hours of community service.
Following sentencing, Loughlin submitted an application to serve his sentence at the federal correctional institution in Victorville, which houses about 30 inmates, which Judge Nathaniel M. Gorton signed on September 9.
“(Loughlin) will be assigned to a facility closer to his home in California, preferably the camp at FCI Victorville, if it corresponds to the appropriate level of security,” the documents say, according to Us Weekly.
It is the Bureau of Prisons that will have the final say on whether or not he can serve his sentence in Victorville, but documents show that Loughlin has already been assigned a registration number and ordered to surrender to the facility at more take at 2 pm on November 19.
Loughlin and Giannulli are among a group of wealthy parents who have pleaded guilty to paying bribes to obtain false test scores and credentials, and the best college places for their children.
Former Desperate Housewives star Felicity Huffman was sentenced to two weeks in jail last year for her own involvement in the scheme to get one of her daughters to go to college.