Lori Loughlin Deletes Social Media Accounts After College Admissions Scam

Updated On 13 Mar, 2019 Published On

American actress Lori Anne Loughlin aka Lori Loughlin has deleted her social media accounts like Instagram and Twitter after she was charged in an alleged college admissions cheating scam.

Just after a couple of hours, the news broke, her Instagram and Twitter accounts were no longer active. She, however, is still active in her Facebook account.

Lori, who is widely known for appearing in the movies like Full House, Fuller House, Blue Bloods, and 90210, has been listed among 50 people who were a part of an alleged nationwide scheme.

On the other hand, American actress Felicity Huffman allegedly gave around $15 thousand to help one of her children to perform exceptionally well on an entrance exam.

The bribe scandal includes admission to schools like the University of Southern California, Georgetown, Yale, and Stanford.

Lori and her fashion designer husband Mossimo Giannulli gave $500 thousand to say that their daughters; 19 years old Olivia Jade and 20 years old Isabella Rose were part of the rowing team which was not true at all.

Lori CAPTION: Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli SOURCE: BritCDN

The pair agreed to pay $500 thousand as bribes in exchange for having their daughters designated as recruits to USC crew team. The fact is that they have not participated in the crew.

Starting back on April 22, 2016, Mossimo emailed an unnamed cooperating witness claiming that he and his wife had met Isabella’s college counselor. He also included that he wanted to understand the game plan fully and want to make sure to have a roadmap for success as it relates to his daughter.

On 24 July 2016, the corroborating emailed Mossimo revealing that his older daughter was unlikely to get into the USC with only her academics.

Thus, Mossimo agreed to give bribes to make her admission to USC easy.

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