Lori Loughlin Faces Judge for First Time After College Admissions Scandal Charges

April 03, 2019Apr 03, 2019

Over the last several weeks, dozens of prominent Hollywood figures and business people have been under fire after learning of a college admissions scandal. 33 parents were charged after learning that they had paid admission consultants to rig school systems and test scores to get their children into colleges.

Among the group of parents charged were actresses Lori Loughlin, best known for “Full House,” and Felicity Huffman.

Now, Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman have attended court ahead of their preliminary hearing. According to CBS News, Judge M. Paige Kelly gave the actresses the conditions they will be living in while they are still free on bail.

CBS correspondent Don Dahler said that both parties will have “limited ability to travel from their homes, must receive court permission to travel internationally for their acting careers, and are not allowed to have firearms in their homes.”

Both Loughlin and Huffman were given permission to talk about the case with their family members, as it involves their children.

As she was walking into her court hearing, Lori Loughlin was smiling and cheery. Several fans greeted her with, “Pay for my tuition, Lori!”

The actress was seen laughing and being friendly beside her husband, Mossimo Giannulli.

According to W Magazine, Loughlin and Huffman have waived their right to a preliminary hearing.  They both said that they understand the charges against them.

We will continue to update as more information is revealed. In other recent news, Faith Hill's family is in hot water after her nephew's fatal car crash and DUI charges.