By Adam S. Levy For Dailymail.com
Lori Loughlin paid over $ 500,000 to cover a pair of tuition fees following her conviction in the college admissions scandal.
A source told US Weekly that the Full House actress, 57, “privately arranged for two students to spend four years of college” in an attempt to “put the past behind her.”
Loughlin and her husband Mossimo Giannulli, 58, were charged in 2019 and pleaded guilty last year to conspiring to commit wire fraud.
The latest: Lori Loughlin, 57, paid more than $ 500,000 to cover a pair of tuition fees following her conviction in the college admissions scandal. She was pictured in Boston court in 2019
Couple admit in court to paying admission repairman Rick Singer $ 500,000 to have the University of Southern California recruit their daughters Isabella Rose, 23, and Olivia Jade, 22, to the rowing team from school, despite the fact that they had no experience in sports. .
The source said Loughlin was hoping “to be allowed to move on” in the wake of the scandal because she felt “that stigma attached to her by people who don’t want her to succeed.”
“She served her prison sentence and completed her probation, her community service and paid all of her court fines. “
Loughlin was sentenced to two months in prison as part of the sentence and was released late last year, while Giannulli was released in April after five months in detention.
Moving forward: Loughlin hopes ‘to be allowed to move forward’ amid scandal
Loughlin and her husband Mossimo Giannulli, 58, were indicted in 2019 and pleaded guilty last year to conspiring to commit wire fraud
Loughlin has sought to take a positive stance to rebuild her life in the aftermath of the scandal, as she “continues to work with” the nonprofit Project Angel Food after her 100 hours of community service, the source said. in the USA.
She also returned to her acting career by appearing in the GAC Family series When Hope Calls, and supported her daughter Olivia Jade in the midst of her stint on season 30 of Dancing With the Stars.
Olivia Jade called her mother “the greatest supporter ever” after appearing on the ABC ballroom show, the outlet reported.
“She’s, like, my hero,” she said. “So it’s really nice to know that she’s watching, and she’s really proud. “