Costume Designer and Husband “The whole house”Actress Lori Laough Clin, A prison spokesman said, reporting to a federal prison in Lombok, near Santa Barbara, California. He is expected to serve his full sentence. The time behind the wires is over with his wife, who His two months began to be behind bars Oct. 30, at a facility in Dublin, California.
Gianulli, 57, was sentenced to five months in prison last August. He pleaded guilty to the charges since the fraud mastermind paid $ 500,000. William “Rick” singer To get their daughters, Olivia Jade And Isabella Gianulli, were added to the team at the University of Southern California. Both did not participate in the game.
Gianulli said the facility was a federal prison for male prisoners only. It is located about two and a half hours outside of Los Angeles, where he lives with his family.
The sentences put an end to more than a year of legal battles. Initially Laough Clin and Giannulli Pleaded not guilty The allegations of bribery against them expanded in October, and 11 more parents have been implicated in the scandal. In May, the two shocked many when they changed course and agreed to plead guilty to what Huffman did in 2019.
In them Petition Agreement, Giannulli agreed to serve five months, a $ 250,000 fine, two years of supervised release and 250 hours of community service. Meanwhile, Laough Clin received a lighter sentence, a judge sentenced her to two months in prison, a $ 150,000 fine and 100 hours of community service.
Both were given until November 19 to report to prison and serve their respective sentences.
The costume designer appeared in Massachusetts Federal Court via Zoom in August for being convicted of appearing in a conference room in Los Angeles. He was wearing a dark dress, a light pink shirt and a dark purple tie. His trial took place a few hours before Laough Clin.
Judge Nathaniel M. Following Gordon’s acceptance of his petition agreement, Giannulli addressed the court.
“I am just sorry [attorney] Sean [Berkowitz] He said that my actions caused harm to my daughters, my wife and others. I take full responsibility for my behavior and I am ready to accept the consequences and move forward with the lessons I have learned from this experience, ”Giannulli said.
Assistant U.S. Attorney Kristen Gurney spoke with Giannulli’s sentence, saying she was “appropriate” for five months. Gearney called Giannulli’s guilt “excessive parenting.”
“It’s a crime and wants five months in prison,” Gurney said.
U.S. Attorney Andrew Lelling agreed to the terms of the petition, outlining Giannulli’s extended role in the scandal compared to the “Fuller House” actress in his sentencing recommendation received by Fox News.
“The crime committed by Giannulli and Laough Clin is serious. In two years, they were twice involved in Singer’s fraudulent scheme. They cheated on both of their daughters, led them to pose in stage photos for use on fake athlete profiles and advised a daughter on how to hide the plan from her high school counselor. Among the defendants, there is evidence that Cianulli was very active in the project, ”Lelling wrote. “He was frequently involved with Singer, directed to bribe USC and Singer, and personally confronted his daughter’s high school counselor to prevent the project from being discovered. He lied shyly about his daughter’s athletic abilities.”
He added: “La Lough Flynn was less active, but fully complicit, and the singer eagerly joined her youngest daughter for a second time, and coached her daughter not to say too much to her high school’s formal college counselor. For their fraud. “
The Associated Press contributed to this report.