She may be out of jail, but Lori Loughlin’s hardships are not over yet.
Just a few days ago, the 56-year-old “Full House” was released from prison after serving two months for her involvement in the College Admissions Scandal.
Although she is now reunited with her daughters – Olivia Jade and Isabelle Rose – and is undoubtedly looking forward to the future, the actress is apparently “stressed” about her husband, Mossimo Giannulli who is behind bars.
The 57-year-old designer reported for his five-month prison sentence on November 19, just less than a month after his wife reported her own sentence.
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“She is very relieved and happy to be home,” a source told People magazine. “She felt stressed about Mossimo, but was notified that he was recovering.”
The insider noted that, as was the case with Loughlin, the coronavirus pandemic affected Giannulli’s time in prison.
“[Giannulli] was also isolated because of COVID, “they explained.” This whole nightmare will not stop completely until Mossimo is also released. But Lori still looks positive. She spent yesterday with her girls and she is looking forward to the new year. ‘
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Reps for the star declined to comment.
After Loughlin was released Monday, a source who spoke to the outlet said Loughlin immediately went out of jail to meet with her daughters for an emotional and tearful reunion in Los Angeles.
“This is the end of a very long ordeal,” the informant said. They added that she was ‘relieved that she could put her prison sentence behind her’.
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“This is the most stressful thing she has ever had to deal with,” the source said. “She plans to spend New Year with Olivia and Bella.”
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Loughlin pleaded guilty in May to conspiracy to commit wire and mail fraud. Giannulli, in turn, pleaded guilty to one charge of conspiracy to commit wire and mail fraud and one case of honest services — wire and mail fraud.
Fox News’ Tyler McCarthy Contributed to This Report