VIDEO: Lori Loughlin facing ‘substantially higher’ sentence than Felicity Huffman if guilty
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The prosecutor in the Operation Varsity Blues case praised Felicity Huffman and sent out a warning to Lori Loughlin in a rare interview over the weekend.
US Attorney Andrew Lelling appeared on the local ABC affiliate in Boston to discuss the ongoing trial, where he has managed to secure a prison time for all four parents to have appeared in front of Judge Indira Talwani for a sentencing hearing.
The article goes on to state the following:
Those parents include Huffman, a woman whom Lelling praised as ‘classy’ for admitting she was culpable and taking responsibility for her actions.
Lelling said the decision Loughlin and her husband Mossimo Giannulli made to fight the charges “would only lengthen the prison sentence recommended by his office” if they are found guilty.
“I can’t tell you what that would be,” he said, adding: “The longer the case goes, let’s say she goes through to trial. If it is after trial, we would ask for something substantially higher. If she resolved it before trial, something lower than that.”
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