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Lori Loughlin Hit With More Charges In Bogus College Admissions Scheme

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Lori Loughlin Hit With More Charges In Bogus College Admissions Scheme

Lori Loughlin Hit With More Charges In Bogus College Admissions Scheme

CNN reports 'Fuller House' actress Lori Loughlin and 15 other wealthy parents now face additional charges of conspiring to commit fraud and money laundering as part of the growing college admissions scandal.

Prosecutors said the parents conspired to launder bribes and other payments through a charity run by Rick Singer, the mastermind of the scam.

Loughlin is married to fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli.

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