Lori Loughlin sentenced to 2 months in federal prison in college admission scandal

The actress paid $500,000 to create fake athletic profiles to get her two daughters into USC and was sentenced and fined $400,000.
0:18 | 08/21/20

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Actress Lori Laughlin was sentenced to two months in federal prison today for paying 500000 dollars to create fake athletic profiles. To get her two daughters into USC and her husband mossy Moochie newly sentenced to five months the couple also find 400000 dollars to judge telling Laughlin. He was dumbfounded by her actions.

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