Lori Loughlin Is in Prison and Have to Spend Fourteen Days in Quarantine

Lori has put her efforts to be brave in the tough situation, but the end result isn’t in favor of her, and there is nothing that can evaporate her fears. It is due to the fact because Lori has to spend fourteen days in COVID-19 isolation while she is in prison. She will have to spend the time in a makeshift unit or Special Housing Unit. Lori has tough days in prison. After she reported to prison in the Federal Correctional Institution in Dublin last Friday, it has become difficult for her. She has started believing that her stay at the prison would become difficult and prolonged. She was convicted for a college admission scandal in August for two months. The first few days in the prison has proved to be daunting for her despite the family support. 

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Lori Loughlin Begins Two Months Sentence In Prison 

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The actress paid around $500,000 for the admission of her daughters in the college. Lori, along with her husband, has been sentenced in the scheme. She has been convicted for a massive college admission and cheating scandal. Visitors aren’t allowed to meet the prisoners due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Lori Loughlin has to pay $150,000 and would need to complete 100 hours of community service after being released from prison. She would need to spend a full two months in prison. The federal system doesn’t allow time off for good behavior for sentences less than a year. Lori is afraid but trying to behave bravely in these tough times. She will need to spend the time in isolation as a precaution to stop the spread of COVID-19. 

Lori Loughlin Is in Prison and Have to Spend Fourteen Days in Quarantine

Lori is a wreck, and there are miseries for her in prison. The 56-years-old actress has been convicted in a cheating college admission scandal. She is afraid of the prison and that something terrible will happen to her. The unknown fears are making her stay at the prison quite difficult. However, she would need to spend a full two months behind the bars, because the Federal Government doesn’t allow time off for good behavior.