Both Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman have been working with their legal teams since they were both arrested in the College Admissions Scandal. On Monday, Huffman decided to take a plea deal, accepting full guilt for what she did. She'll enter her plea on May 24th and we'll find out after that what her sentence will be. Most believe she'll serve some jail time but it will be on the low end of the spectrum (which could have been up to 20 years in prison). However, yesterday we found out that Lori Loughlin and her husband, Mossimo Gianulli had been offered a plea deal but chose not to accept it. They decided to gamble a little bit and it didn't go their way. After they declined, they were hit with money laundering charges. They now face up to 20 years in prison for each charge. If they had accepted the plea deal, they wouldn't have been charged with money laundering. Keep in mind Felicity Huffman paid only $15,000 once to help her daughter get into college. Bad, but not as bad as the half million dollars that Loughlin and her husband paid over the course of time to get both of her daughters into college. Things aren't looking good for them right now. We'll keep you updated on the situation as we know more.
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