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Lori Loughlin Might Be Facing a Worse Sentence Than Felicity Huffman


Lori Loughlin may be facing a harsher sentence than Felicity Huffman, in light of new information provided by U.S. Attorney Andrew Lelling, the top prosecutor on the "Varsity Blues" college admission scandal. Felicity faces a 14-day sentence for paying $15,000 to have someone correct answers on her daughter's SAT exam. Lori's part in the scandal was about 33 times greater, leading to the question, when will Lori Loughlin be sentenced?

What did Lori Loughlin do wrong?

It's unlikely that you haven't heard of the "Varsity Blues" college admission scandal, but, just in case, here's a recap. In this criminal scandal, a man named Rick Singer created his own "life coaching and college counseling company." Except it wasn't counseling. It was actually a money laundering scheme and wealthy parents paid him to help their children cheat on college entrance exams and falsify records to make them look like top athletic recruits.