Lori Loughlin 'obsessing over' legal docs in college admissions case

Lori Louglin

Lori Louglin

Furthermore, the source said to the outlet that Lori is really looking forward to the whole thing being over.

Fuller House star Lori Loughlin seems to be rethinking her legal strategy, according to new reports in Us Weekly and People.

Loughlin and Giannulli allegedly paid $500,000 to admissions marketing consultant William "Rick" Singer to falsely designate daughters Olivia Jade, 19, and Isabella Rose, 20, as recruits to the College of Southern California crew crew, although neither really participated within the sport. "The risk with any joint defense is that one defendant may be more culpable than another and the less culpable defendant could suffer as a result of a strategy created to protect that individual", says Leonard. "Nevertheless she additionally believes the allegations in opposition to her aren't correct", the provide explains.

They have pleaded not guilty in the case, and face up to 40 years in prison if convicted.

With Loughlin expected to be given jail time, the People source said that her daughters will "be the first ones to visit her if she does have to spend time" behind bars, despite months of speculation that the family was being torn apart by the scandal. 'But this is a full-time concern of hers'.

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The insider who spoke with People claimed Lori didn't think she "was doing any different than donating money for a library or athletic field".

Despite 14 defendants, including actress Felicity Huffman, all pleading guilty, Ms. Loughlin and Mr. Giannulli, declined a plea.

"She's embarrassed and hurt, and she knows that her reputation has been ruined for life", they added. "That's the crux of why she pleaded not guilty".

The actress "is ready for this to be over" and her family is, as well, the source said.

While the family is united, Loughlin and Giannulli are due back in court August 27, and the date couldn't come any sooner. Paraphrasing the source, Lori believes it might've been better to actually serve a few months in prison because the media spectacle and trial has been "prison" on its own.

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