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Lori Loflin is out and trying to do some court duty. The former Fuller House The star, who spent two months in prison for his role in the spectacular admission scandal at Operation Varsity Blues College, was first spotted after her release, doing community service through Project Angel Food, a non-profit organization that prepares and delivers healthy meals to people suffering from serious illnesses in Los Angeles. Loflin was spotted just two days after Netflix released the trailer for its upcoming documentary Operation Varsity Blues: The college admissions scandal from the creators of Tiger king, which describes in detail exactly how Loflin passed from the actress for life to the face of the scandal Desperate Housewives actress Felicity Huffman.
Loflin and her husband, fashion designer Mosimo Janouli, pleaded guilty to paying $ 500,000 to get their two daughters, YouTuber and Red table guest Olivia Jade and her older sister Isabella Rose at USC, posing falsely as crew recruits. Mossimo is currently serving a five-month sentence in a federal prison in Santa Barbara, and his expected release date is April 17, while Loflin completes his two-month prison in Northern California and now has 100 hours of community service to complete a $ 150,000 fine. to pay before becoming a single woman. In the photos, first received by Page Six, you can see Loughlin wearing blue jeans, a blue sweatshirt with the words “California” and a blue hat “Project Angel Food”. What to say, the woman certainly loves the blue blue.