Aunt Becky is out of the big house.
Lori Loughlin spent 2 months in jail after reporting to serve on October 30th. She also agreed not to seek early release in connection with the coronavirus pandemic, prosecutors said.
“She prays day and night,” a source told Us Weekly ahead of Loughlin’s release. “Her faith has gotten her through it … She can’t wait to be home with her girls.”
Lori and her husband, Massimo Giannulli, were ordered in May to pay substantial fines as part of their sentence — $150,000 for Loughlin and $250,000 for Giannulli. Loughlin was also ordered to complete 100 hours of community service, while Giannulli must serve 250 hours.
Giannulli, who was sentenced to five months in prison, is expected to be released on April 17, according to the federal Bureau of Prisons.
The couple’s younger daughter broke her silence on the college bribery scheme earlier this month, admitting she was “ashamed” by the ordeal.
“I felt so ashamed and embarrassed … although I didn’t really 100 percent understand what had just happened because there was a lot that, when I was applying, I was not fully aware of what was going on,” Olivia Jade told co-hosts Jada Pinkett Smith, Willow Smith and Adrienne Banfield-Norris. “When I got home [from spring break], I just felt so ashamed.”