Lori Loughlin faces ‘substantially higher’ prison sentence if convicted

USA Today – Prosecutors will seek a “substantially higher” prison sentence for actress Lori Loughlin if she is convicted, more than the 14 days received by actress Felicity Huffman in the college admissions scandal. the top prosecutor of the blockbuster “Varsity Blues” case said.

U.S. Attorney Andrew Lelling made that forecast in a rare television interview, confirming what had been speculated based on the ongoing sentencing of parents, including Huffman, who have pleaded guilty. Loughlin has pleaded not guilty to fraud and money laundering charges and is preparing for trial.