Lori Loughlin and her husband,Mossimo Giannulli, entered not guilty pleas to mail fraud and money laundering conspiracy in the college admissions scandal case. Apparently, the couple has made peace with their decision as they were spotting smiling at Palm Sunday services the day before they appeared in court. According to a fellow congregant, Lori and Mossimo were asked to lead the palm procession through the church. While he hesitated when the priest asked them, she was very "happy" and "enthusiastic." However, Lori is NOT happy with the way all of this is unfolding in the press. The source said, “This is putting unspeakable stress on her and her family, They’re having to play this all out publicly, and they’re fair game for jokes and memes, but also outraged [by] people who are saying that they are cheaters.” In fact, she's said to be "outraged." Another thing that’s stressing Lori out is the possibility of a trial. She’s terrified about having her family’s business all in the street. The way she sees it, this is a family matter. If she and Mossimo are convicted, they’re each facing up to 40 years in prison.
Meanwhile, Felicity Huffman could spend four to ten months behind bars. Huffman and over a dozen other parents pleaded guilty last week to a charge of conspiracy to commit fraud. While Huffman reserves the right to argue for a range of no jail time to six months, it’s ultimately up to a judge. Felicity has been accused of paying 15-thousand-dollars to have someone fix the answers on her daughter’s SAT test. In a statement last week, Huffman said she's filled with "deep regret and shame" over her actions and will accept the consequences.