Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli have completed their college admission scandal prison is trying to find a way to move forward. The former Fuller House star has paid her $150,000 as a fine and ended up her public service work while the fashion designer paid his $250,000 fee, but he’s still in the process of completing his community service sentence. What steps couple take next? Well, they are going on vacation again.
Soon after Giannulli was issued from home confinement following his time in prison, the couple went to the resort in La Quinta, California in the last few days of April. Now they are going to get their permission to leave the country for Mexico.
According to NBC News, “travel to San Jose Cabo, Mexico, to spend time with [their] family” from June 16-June 21”. United States District Judge Denise J. Casper approved their request but social media has something to say.
“Tell me they were at least ordered to fly coach. Sit in the last row? Serve drinks on the plane? Wear a sign that says, “I’m a felon.”? something,” one user wrote on Twitter. Another account chimed in, “They don’t care about anyone but themselves.”
Loughlin and Giannulli haven’t understood how their economic privilege has benefitted them in the college admissions case — from their light prison sentences to picking up right where they left off in their fancy lives before, they were arrested.
Felicity Huffman was concerned in the case, has largely dodged the same disapproval. Fans have accepted his apology during the case. Compared to Loughlin and Giannulli, she is successful in changing the public’s perception by apologizing and appearing in ABC baseball comedy.
It’s hard to say what will alter fans’ minds at this point, but the couple doesn’t seem to be aware that their tone-deaf decisions still show off their privilege.