Jana Kramer, Mike Caussin: Lori Loughlin, Felicity Huffman Ought to Go to Jail


Bringing down the hammer! Jana Kramer and Mike Caussin weighed in on Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin’s alleged involvement within the nationwide faculty admissions dishonest scandal.

“Individuals go to jail for that, so you need to,” Kramer, 35, stated on the Monday, April 15, episode of the couple’s “Whine Down” podcast. Added Caussin, 32, “If it comes all the way down to that, it’s like, ‘Hey, the regulation’s the regulation.’”

Though the One Tree Hill alum needs justice to be served, she has considerations about Huffman and Loughlin’s high-profile statuses within the case. “What I don’t agree with is making a, ‘Nicely, they’re a star so we’ve got to show a degree.’ I don’t like that,” she defined. Nonetheless, Kramer added that if prosecutors deal with the actresses like they’d “everybody else,” then they need to do jail time if discovered responsible. 

Huffman, who entered a responsible plea on April 8, faces 4 to 10 months behind bars for her crimes. “In gentle of the truth that the prosecutors are requesting a comparatively low quantity of incarceration, it places Huffman’s staff in placing distance of a no-prison consequence,” state and federal felony protection legal professional Lou Shaprio beforehand advised Us Weekly of the Determined Housewives alum, who allegedly paid $15,000 to spice up 18-year-old daughter Sofia’s faculty entrance examination rating.

As for Loughlin, the When Calls the Coronary heart actress, 54, and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, have been accused of paying $500,000 to safe their daughters, Olivia, 19, and Bella, 20, admission into the College of Southern California as crew staff recruits, though they didn’t take part within the sport. The couple pleaded not responsible to fraud and cash laundering conspiracy prices on Monday, April 15, only one month after their arrests.

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Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman exiting courtroom on April 3, 2019. Jessica Rinaldi/The Boston Globe through Getty Photographs; Scott Eisen/Bloomberg through Getty Photographs

A supply revealed to Us that the Fuller Home star and the style designer, 55, rejected plea offers that included two-year jail sentences.

“Lori is in denial about probably going to jail,” a second insider beforehand advised Us. “Lori doesn’t consider she ought to must spend any time in jail. She’ll go to trial earlier than being separated from her household and take these odds relatively than simply go to jail as a part of a deal.”

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