Fashion designer and husbandFull house“actress Laurie LoughlinIt was reported to a federal prison in Lombok near Santa Barbara, California, a prison office spokesman said. He is expected to serve his full sentence. His time behind bars overlaps with that of his wife, who Her two-month stay began behind bars On October 30 at a facility in Dublin, California.
Giannoli, 57, was sentenced to five months in prison last August after pleading guilty to charges arising from $ 500,000 payments to the fraud mastermind. William “Rick” Singer To get their daughters, Olivia is good And Isabella Giannulli, both recruited into the University of Southern California staff team. The two did not participate in the sport.
The facility Giannoli reported is a federal prison for male-only inmates. It is located approximately two and a half hours outside of Los Angeles, where he lives with his family.
The rulings put an end to more than a year of legal battles. Loughlin and Giannulli at the start Not guilty To widespread bribery charges leveled against them in October along with 11 other parents whose scandal swept through in May, the duo shocked many when they changed course and agreed to plead guilty as Hoffman did in 2019.
In their Call agreement, Giannulli agreed to serve five months and pay a $ 250,000 fine plus two years of supervised release and 250 hours of community service. Loughlin, meanwhile, received a lighter sentence, with a judge ordering her to spend two months in prison, pay a $ 150,000 fine and commit to 100 hours of community service.
Both were sentenced until November 19 at the latest to report to prison and begin serving their sentences.
The costume designer appeared in Massachusetts federal court via Zoom in August to make his judgment on what appeared to be a Los Angeles conference room. He was wearing a dark suit, a pastel pink shirt, and a dark purple tie. His hearing took place just hours before Loughlin’s hearing.
After Judge Nathaniel M. Gorton for the plea plea, Giannulli addressed the court.
“I’m deeply sorry, like [attorney] Shawn [Berkowitz] He said, “The harm my actions have caused to my daughters, my wife and others.” I take full responsibility for my behavior, and I am ready to accept the consequences and carry forward the lessons I have learned from this experience, ”said Giannulli at the time.
The assistant attorney general Christine Kearney spoke about the ruling issued against Giannulli, and described the five months that he will spend as “appropriate.” Kearney described Jannulli’s crime as more than “just excessive parenting”.
“This is a criminal, and he wants five months in prison,” Kearney said.
US Attorney Andrew Leeling agreed to the terms of the petition, explaining the expanded role of Giannulli in the scandal compared to the “Fuller House” actress in the sentence obtained by Fox News.
“The crime Giannoli and Loughlin committed was serious. For two years, they became involved twice in the Singer scam scheme. They involved their two daughters in the scam, directing them to pose in staging photos for use in fake sports profiles and instructing one daughter on how to hide the scheme from a high school counselor. As among the defendants, the evidence indicates that Giannulli was a more active participant in the scheme, “Lelling wrote. “He repeatedly interacted with Singer, directed bribe payments to USC and Singer, personally confronted his daughter’s high school counselor to prevent the plot from being discovered, and rudely lied about his daughter’s athletic abilities.”
He added, “Loughlin played a less active role, but she was nonetheless quite complicit. She eagerly recruited Singer again for her younger daughter, and trained her daughter not to” say too much “to the forensic college counselor at her high school, lest he be caught for their fraud.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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