Lori Loughlin is heading to prison for the college admissions scandal but their time behind bars will be more like a holiday than a prison sentence, judging by the facilities a judge has agreed to send her to.
Loughlin and and her husband Mossimo Giannulli are still awaiting approval from the federal Bureau of Prisons, but a judge agreed to let them serve their sentence at low-security prisons located near their home in a gated community west of Los Angeles, according to Page Six.
Loughlin is scheduled to go to the "Satellite Camp" of the Federal Correctional Institution in Victorville, while Giannulli has identified his first-pick as the Federal Correctional Institution in Lompoc. Both offer an array of activities that are guaranteed to keep the two new inmates busy.
Loughlin will still stay in a normal cell and will have to do chores like inmates at regular facilities, but other than that, things at the FCC are run a little differently. Inmates can up their fitness levels by doing spinning, yoga, and aerobics, or they can do something a little less strenuous, like calligraphy, ceramics, or even take a music class, according to the facility's handbook. Additionally, FCC offers a range of courses for inmates hoping to pursue new careers in horticulture, dentistry, or solid waste management, among others.
Giannulli will receive similar benefits. The fashion designer can partake in arts and crafts, or he could join a music program. There is an onsite gym for inmates to maintain their fitness levels, and various courses including typing and computer literacy. Inmates are also permitted radios and MP3 players.
Loughlin and Giannulli are among nearly 30 prominent parents to plead guilty in the case, which federal prosecutors dubbed “Operation Varsity Blues.” It uncovered hefty bribes to get undeserving kids into college with rigged test scores or fake athletic credentials.
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