View Poll Results: Lori Louoghlin and hubby ever do a day?

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  • No

    5 38.46%
  • Yes

    0 0%
  • No. Rich, white and sneaky. Won't do time

    4 30.77%
  • No. Will offer services favors to judge or juror in exchange.

    1 7.69%
  • Yes. People are sick of privildged crap. Doing time

    0 0%
  • Yes she will do minimal amount at Club Fed. Like a chusy month or two.

    5 38.46%
  • I don't know but her daughter is fairly hot

    2 15.38%
  • Entitled will buy their way out one way or another

    2 15.38%
  • Will be making new movies in no time

    2 15.38%
  • Totally done. She's gonna do years. Ain't skating on this one.

    0 0%
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  1. #51
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    ^^ Yes there's a cap.
    Huh, what's the cap?

  2. #52
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    6 months. Longest sentence so far.

    Toby MacFarlane
    , a former real estate and le insurance executive from Del Mar, California.

    *U.S. District Judge Nathaniel Gorton stressed that MacFarlane participated in the nationwide admissions scheme led by college consultant Rick Singer "not once, but twice," taking seats at USC away from two deserving students.

    *Geezer Bush appointee. Separate judge from the liberal pussy who has performed the other cases so far.

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime/judge-calls-usc-dad-a-thief-gives-longest-prison-sentence-so-far-in-college-admissions-scandal/ar-BBWInsN?ocid=spartanntp

  3. #53
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    Full House chick and hubby selling their Bel Air house.

    Has nothing to do with the federal case, and more about flipping the house for some money.
    The couple's 12-bedroom home is located in Bel-Air, is in one of the most exclusive areas of Los Angeles. As noted by TMZ, real estate records show that the couple bought the estate in 2015 for $13.9 million. They are asking for $28,650,000, as they've renovated the home over the past five years.

    "They've done this for years, selling the family home every three to fives," the webloid says.

    Trial not expected until Oct 2020.

  4. #54
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    Fabbs

    No present option?

  5. #55
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    with all that money you figure they could just buy their way into Switzerland or something and completely say you to the trial

  6. #56
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    with all that money you figure they could just buy their way into Switzerland or something and completely say you to the trial
    I think they're so en led and arrogant and know the US Injustice system is so corrupt they figure they can buy and lie out of it. Particluarly Mr. Full House.
    She was said to have been wanting to cut a deal and he wouldn't.

  7. #57
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    Heir to Hot Pockets fortune sentenced to 5 months



    LOS ANGELES — Mic e Janavs, heiress to a frozen foods fortune, was sentenced Tuesday to five months in prison for paying $100,000 to fix her daughters’ college entrance exams and agreeing to pay twice that amount to sneak one girl into the University of Southern California by misrepresenting her as an elite beach volleyball player.

    Janavs, heiress to a frozen foods fortune, was sentenced Tuesday to five months in prison for paying $100,000 to fix her daughters' college entrance exams and agreeing to pay twice that amount to sneak one girl into the University of Southern California by misrepresenting her as an elite beach volleyball player.
    Janavs, a resident of Newport Coast, pleaded guilty in October to conspiring to commit fraud and money laundering, admitting she paid William “Rick” Singer, a Newport Beach college admissions consultant, to rig ACT exams for her daughters and bribe a USC administrator to misrepresent the older girl’s athletic skills.

    The five-month term, handed down by U.S. District Judge Nathaniel M. Gorton, came short of the 21 months federal prosecutors had requested. They wanted an enhancement for what they called an abuse of trust, saying Janavs used her status as trustee of her daughters’ school, the Sage Hill School in Newport Beach, “to insulate herself from the fraud.”


    By Matthew Ormseth, Los Angeles Times

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    Ridiculous amounts of prison time, tbh

  9. #59
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    Maybe the 1st time someone was sentenced for paying more for something than it was worth.

  10. #60
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    stephanie tanner has huge s

  11. #61
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    Loose fitting shirt but still, points made.

  12. #62
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    This one captures them better:

  13. #63
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    Not sure she only gets a month. I think she should though. She didn't directly hurt anyone. Sounding pretty bad for Lori tho.
    She hurt the student who did not get in or was weight listed because USC does not have an infinite number of spots for enrollment, her law breaking bribes eliminated a spot that could have gone to someone who had the grades and test scores to be admitted to USC.

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    She hurt the student who did not get in or was weight listed because USC does not have an infinite number of spots for enrollment, her law breaking bribes eliminated a spot that could have gone to someone who had the grades and test scores to be admitted to USC.
    So criminal fine her, kick her out and let the student sue her.

    Not much different to me than the Astros cheating, imo

  15. #65
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    Heir to Hot Pockets fortune sentenced to 5 months



    LOS ANGELES — Mic e Janavs, heiress to a frozen foods fortune, was sentenced Tuesday to five months in prison for paying $100,000 to fix her daughters’ college entrance exams and agreeing to pay twice that amount to sneak one girl into the University of Southern California by misrepresenting her as an elite beach volleyball player.

    Janavs, heiress to a frozen foods fortune, was sentenced Tuesday to five months in prison for paying $100,000 to fix her daughters' college entrance exams and agreeing to pay twice that amount to sneak one girl into the University of Southern California by misrepresenting her as an elite beach volleyball player.
    Janavs, a resident of Newport Coast, pleaded guilty in October to conspiring to commit fraud and money laundering, admitting she paid William “Rick” Singer, a Newport Beach college admissions consultant, to rig ACT exams for her daughters and bribe a USC administrator to misrepresent the older girl’s athletic skills.

    The five-month term, handed down by U.S. District Judge Nathaniel M. Gorton, came short of the 21 months federal prosecutors had requested. They wanted an enhancement for what they called an abuse of trust, saying Janavs used her status as trustee of her daughters’ school, the Sage Hill School in Newport Beach, “to insulate herself from the fraud.”


    By Matthew Ormseth, Los Angeles Times
    with good behavior she'll be out in under 75 days

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