• Lori Loughlin had a “bittersweet” reunion with her daughters after being released from prison following her two month sentence.
  • The actress reportedly spent the final two weeks of her sentence in isolation.

    Lori Loughlin is fresh out of jail after serving almost two months for her participation in the college admissions scandal—where she reportedly “agreed to pay bribes totaling $500,000 in exchange for having their two daughters designated as recruits to the USC crew team” in order to get them into school.

    The actress officially reunited with her children Olivia Jade and Bella yesterday, and according to a source who spoke to Us Weekly, she felt a “definite heaviness” due to the fact that her husband Mossimo is still in prison.

    “Lori had a very emotional reunion with her daughters this morning at the family home,” the source said. “She was relieved to be out of prison. It was very bittersweet, however, because Moss wasn’t there.”

    Apparently, the actress spent the final weeks of her sentence in isolation, with a source explaining to Us Weekly that “She spent the last two weeks in isolation before she was released, so it has been especially tough, but she’s thankful to put it behind her. There was a COVID outbreak in the prison, so it was a precaution and not a punishment.”

    Lori began her sentence on October 30, and, on top of her time in jail, she has to pay a $150,000 fine, perform 100 hours of community service, and be on probation for two years.

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