Hollywood actress Lori Loughlin, along with her husband fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli, and fourteen others were indicted Tuesday on fraud and money laundering charges in the now infamous college admissions scam, according to Fox News.
The case was blown wide open by the FBI and exposed the Hollywood elites criminal short-cuts to get their children into top colleges and universities across the country.
TMZ reported that since Loughlin “did not cop a plea, the U.S. Attorney went to a Federal Grand Jury to get an indictment, adding charges of money laundering.”
Money laundering carries a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison.
TMZ also reported that the U.S. Attorney will charge the group with additional crimes of “conspiring to launder the bribes and other payment in furtherance of the fraud by funneling them through [Rick] Singer’s purported charity and his for-profit corporation.”
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