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Maybe Eagleton Prison had the right idea all along. Lori Loflin, who was recently sentenced to two months in prison after pleading guilty to involvement in a college admission scandal, will serve her sentence at a federal correctional facility in Victorville, California. We weekly reported that a judge granted Loflin’s request to serve in a “medium security prison” as it was the closest facility to her home in Southern California. She must be handed over to the facility, which houses about 300 prisoners, to begin her sentence by November 19th. But if you take the proximity out of the equation and look at the prisoners’ handbook, it’s obvious why Loflin chose this compound: In striking parallels with Goop’s annual retreat, the prison offers Pilates, yoga, cross-training, spinning and step aerobics as daily training programs. in addition to crochet, beads, painting, pottery and origami as crafts. If Loflin likes it, she can take lessons in guitar theory, nutrition, wellness, gymnastics and … songwriting. Unfortunately, video blogs are not an option.
In addition to her two-month sentence in federal prison, Loflin was fined $ 150,000 and must serve 150 hours of community service on her release. Loflin’s husband, Mosimo Gianuli, was sentenced to five months in federal prison, along with a $ 250,000 fine and 250 hours of community service. Their daughter, influencer and blogger Olivia Jade, claims she knew about the college admission scandal and was an active participant in attempts to enter the University of Southern California.