Lori Loughlin was recently exposed for cheating on behalf of her children, which seems a far cry from the supposed morals she claimed to possess in a just resurfaced interview she did with the Christian Broadcasting Network 5 years ago.
‘When I had children, I always thought, I don’t want to do anything that one day might rear its ugly head and my children have to pay the price for that,’ she said in the interview from 2014.
She goes on to say that the success of “Full House”, which ran for 7 years, was due to the morals in each episode.
‘There’s a message in every episode,’ she said. ‘How to be a good person, how to be a better person, right from wrong. It’s a good message.’
Scott Ross then asked Loughlin how, as a ‘person of faith’, she holds onto her beliefs in an ‘industry that crosses the line morally, ethically in so many ways’.
I love when a self righteous person is forced to eat their words after coasting for so long.