The moment Teresa Giudice ACTUALLY went to prison was a shocking one. There were so many rumors and questions about what would actually happen. To see this reality star go from riches to behind bars was jarring. The Real Housewives of New Jersey even paused filming while she finished her sentence. She is THAT b*tch. However, even if it was jarring, it wasn’t exactly surprising.
One person nobody ever expect to face prison time was Full House’s Lori Loughlin. She came across as America’s squeaky clean sweetheart that could do no wrong. We are all duped! She was caught up in the craziest college admissions scandal ever and might actually end up behind bars. Aunt Becky has broken all of our hearts! Thankfully, Teresa is offering up some sage advice for Lori. This should be so good.
Before 2019, Felicity Huffman was best known as one of America’s most celebrated actresses. The Emmy Award winner and Academy Award nominee was renowned for her iconic role as Lynette Scavo on the campy television show Desperate Housewives. And for her touching turn as a transgender woman in the film Transamerica.
In March of this year, Felicity took on a role she probably never imagined she would be playing. She became the face of the notorious college admissions scandal, along with actress Lori Loughlin. Felicity pled guilty to fraud for paying $15,000 to boost her daughter’s SAT scores. She was just sentenced to 14 days in jail, one year of probation, 250 hours of community service and fined $30,000. Obviously, casting Felicity at this point might be a bit tricky, at least until she completes her sentence.
Most of us love a good old fashioned Hollywood scandal. Especially if it involves wealth, power, privilege and arrogance. All of those bullet point requirements and more were met by the college admissions fraud story that broke last month.
The two best known players in the scandal have been actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin. Much to their consternation, I am sure, they have been the cover girls for a legal debacle that seems resistant to dropping out of the headlines. Allegations of resorting to bribery to get your children into college is proof that yes, there actually is such a thing as bad publicity. And last year, Lori revealed that she and her family could have been the subject of even more public attention-with their own reality show.