Lori Loughlin 'is keeping her head down and doing everything to avoid trouble' in prison as she prepares for Christmas behind bars

 Lori Loughlin is 'keeping her head down and doing everything to avoid trouble' as she serves her last week in prison, but both she and husband Mossimo Giannulli will still be behind bars during Christmas.  

Sources familiar with the situation say that there was never any expectation that Loughlin was getting out for the holiday, TMZ reports. 

Her release date is set for December 28.

Loughlin is said to not really be keen on engaging with other prisoners, but she isn't exactly being unfriendly either.  

Lori Loughlin release date is set for December 28
Mossimo Giannulli has been in quarantine since he entered prison on November 19, as per protocol

Sources familiar with the situation say that there was never any expectation that Lori Loughlin was getting out for the holiday. Her release date is set for December 28. Mossimo Giannulli has been in quarantine since he entered prison on November 19, as per protocol

The couple have had no contact since they went behind bars

The couple have had no contact since they went behind bars

'She's keeping her head down and doing everything to avoid trouble,' the source added. 

She's not allowed to have visitors at FCI Dublin in California because of COVID, but Loughlin is allowed to email her daughters and other family members. She is not, however, allowed to contact her husband. 

'She's holding it together,' a source said regarding her state of mind. 

Mossimo has been in quarantine since he entered prison on November 19, as per protocol. All inmates are to be quarantined for 14 days. 

One of the people in Mossimo's pod did test positive for coronavirus, so his quarantine has been extended. 


Mossimo has had no contact with his family since he went behind bars to serve his five-month sentence.  

She's not allowed to have visitors at FCI Dublin in California because of COVID, but Loughlin is allowed to email her daughters and other family members

She's not allowed to have visitors at FCI Dublin in California because of COVID, but Loughlin is allowed to email her daughters and other family members

Last month, the Full House actress and her husband paid off their fines from behind bars, as part of the plea deal in the college bribery scandal.

Loughlin, 56, paid off $150,000 and Giannuli, 57, paid $250,000.

The couple was among the most high-profile parents charged in the scheme, which involved hefty bribes to get undeserving teens into schools with rigged test scores or bogus athletic credentials, authorities say. 

Giannulli and Loughlin admitted in May to paying half a million dollars to get their two daughters into the University of Southern California as recruits on the crew team - even though neither girl was a rower. 

Lori Loughlin 'is keeping her head down and doing everything to avoid trouble' in prison as she prepares for Christmas behind bars Lori Loughlin 'is keeping her head down and doing everything to avoid trouble' in prison as she prepares for Christmas behind bars Reviewed by STATION GOSSIP on 04:36 Rating: 5

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