Lori Loughlin: Because of Corona, she is terrified of jail time

Lori Loughlin looks fearfully into the future. She said she was "terribly afraid" of her prison sentence in times of Corona.

Actually, "Full House" actress Lori Loughlin (56) got away with a black eye. She only has to go to prison for two months due to the university bribery scandal involving her daughters. Nevertheless, she is very concerned about the imminent prison sentence, which is less related to the prison itself than to the corona pandemic, which is particularly raging in the USA, as a source from Loughlin's circle of the US side "People" is said to have revealed.

Accordingly, she is "terribly afraid" of the time behind bars, which she will not have to start until next November. Until then, she will try to use various preparations to strengthen her immune system as much as possible, the site wants to have found out. "It definitely gives her sleepless nights," the anonymous source said.

Her husband must also be behind bars

In addition to serving the sentence, Loughlin also has to serve 150 community hours and pay $ 150,000. Her husband Mossimo Giannulli (57) was also found guilty in the case. He was given five months in prison, 250 hours of community service and a $ 250,000 fine.

The couple, who have been married since 1997, pleaded guilty to cheating in paying $ 500,000 to take their daughters to the University of Southern California. According to "People", they are now said to have filed a request that their respective prison sentences do not overlap, so that they can alternately be there for their children Olivia Jade (20) and Isabella Rose (21).