Lori Loughlin dropped from Hallmark, production halted on several Vancouver-filmed projects

Richard Shotwell  Invision  AP		Lori Loughlin in 2017

Richard Shotwell Invision AP Lori Loughlin in 2017

Actors Dave Coulier (L) and Lori Loughlin speak onstage during the 2016 TV Land Icon Awards at The Barker Hanger on April 10, 2016 in Santa Monica, California.

"We are evaluating all creative options related to "When Calls the Heart" series", the company stated.

The channel's parent company, Crown Media Family Networks, issued a statement Thursday revealing it has stopped development of all productions involving the "Fuller House" star.

Best known for playing Aunt Becky on the long-running sitcom "Full House" in the 1990s ― and then again in the Netflix revival ― Loughlin has been a staple of Hallmark Channel programming in recent years.

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When reached by Fox News, a rep for Loughlin said that they "have no information to share".

Loughlin was one of roughly 40 people charged in what officials called the "largest college admissions scam ever prosecuted by the Department of Justice". She was released later that day on a $1 million bond. Loughlin actually has projects slated through November, after which the judge has ordered her to surrender her passport on December 19. Garage Sale Mystery: Three Little Murders was set to wrap filming on March 21, one week before Loughlin's next scheduled appearance in federal court in Boston on Mar. 29.

Loughlin has reportedly been arrested for her alleged involvement in a scam that helped her daughters get into USC. That show has been renewed for a fifth and final season and word is that Loughlin has already filmed her scenes for that show.

Then came Tuesday's bombshell government allegation that Loughlin and her husband were among more than 30 parents who paid a consultant to ensure their offspring's place in college with bribes and falsified exams. She faces charges of conspiracy to commit mail fraud and honest-services mail fraud, according to a criminal complaint. It was not clear if their other daughter, Isabella, has attended the university. A federal investigation into the matter - dubbed "Operation Varsity Blues" - has been ongoing for more than a year.

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