The correctional facility seems like it does not favor Lori Loughlin as it gives her a hard time already.
Before people flipped the calendars again, Loughlin entered the Federal Correctional Institution in Dublin, California, as part of her two-month sentence.
The judge pushed her and her husband to surrender themselves before Nov. 19, 2020, but she chose to enter earlier.
Despite doing it immediately, the controversial actress looks miserable inside her jail.
A source updated Us Weekly about how the “Fuller House” alum has been doing during her first five days.
“Lori really went into prison strong, she had her faith and the support of her family, but the first few days and road ahead are daunting.”
A second source shared the same comment and disclosed that Loughlin looks like a wreck.
“Lori tried her best to be brave and look at the end result but there was nothing that could dissipate her fears,” the insider added.
Aside from affecting her physically, her admission also makes her overthink things.
As of now, Loughlin feels like something terrible would happen to her — like her stay could be extended.
Amid all these issues, she, reportedly, still hopes she can go home on Christmas Day.
It is worth noting that the actress received the sentence after she Mossimo Giannulli got involved in a bribery scandal.
They, reportedly, paid Rick Singer half a million dollars to help their daughters go to the University of Southern California (USC) easily.
Since the emergence of the news, the two kept on denying the charges. But the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the District of Massachusetts declared that they are guilty of their involvement.
Even before she came inside the facility, former inmate Holli Coulman hinted that Loughlin should not expect anything special.
“Lori is stepping into a very awful time to have to go [to prison],” she told ELLE. Victorville is famous for its recreational facilities. But even the actress will never find joy in it.
Coulman also revealed that she should be wary of her co-inmates and officers who can make her prison time even worse.
“They don’t care that she’s a celebrity, and, in fact, a lot of them will relish the opportunity to make her cry. Because of her crime, they feel she’s an entitled person,” the former inmate continued.
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