After her ongoing battle regarding her college admissions scandal, Lori Loughlin has officially pled guilty to conspiracy charges. The most recent hearing occurred via Zoom, where district Judge Nathaniel Gordon heard Loughlin's proposed deal.
If Lori and her husband's proposed deals are accepted, the actress will serve two months in prison and pay a fine of $150,000, followed by two years of supervised release and community service.
Her husband, Massimo Giannulli, would be serving five months in prison, and then pay a fee of $250,000, followed by supervised release and even more community service hours than his wife.
"Our probation office is going through a unique period right now, so the court has generally granted them a longer time than usual," explained judge Gordon. Loughlin and Giannulli are the 33rd and 34th defendants who have pled guilty out of the 53 charged in this "Varsity Blues" scandal.