Jana Kramer and Mike Caussin say the law should be equal for both celebrities and non-celebrities! The singer and the former NFL player weighed in on Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman's involvement in the college admissions scam.
During an episode of the husband-wife duo's Whine Down podcast on Monday, April 15, the One Tree Hill alum, 35, said, "People go to jail for that, so you should."
Her 32-year-old husband then added, "If it comes down to that, it’s like, ‘Hey, the law’s the law.’"
The songstress wants justice to be served. However, she is concerned about the high-profile statuses of the Desperate Housewives star and the Full House star in the case.
She explained on the podcast,
What I don’t agree with is making a, ‘Well, they’re a celebrity so we have to prove a point.’ I don’t like that.
Jana said if prosecutors treat Huffman, 56, and Loughlin, 54, like they would "everyone else," then the actresses should do jail time if found guilty.
Huffman, who entered a guilty plea on April 8, is facing four to ten months in prison for her crimes.
She was arrested by FBI agents on March 12 for allegedly paying $15,000 to boost her daughter Sofia’s college entrance exam score.
As for Loughlin, she and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, were taken into custody on March 13 and March 12 respectively after being accused of paying $500,000 to secure their daughters, Olivia, 19, and Bella, 20, admission into a prestigious University in Southern California.
The couple pleaded not guilty after being charged with fraud and money laundering conspiracy. The charges were removed on April 15.
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