Lori Loughlin's school cheating 'Full House' episode resurfaces

Carla Harmon
March 15, 2019

She, along with over 40 other people, were indicted in a supposed college admissions cheating scandal.

"How the schools fell for these Photoshops, I don't know", he jested, and displayed a photo of Olivia Jade, Loughlin's daughter, with an oversized head Photoshopped on a body of a person rowing.

The U.S. Attorney's Office in MA released a statement yesterday regarding the scandal.

"Full House" was a common reference for people making fun of Loughlin, with one user joking that she was headed to the 'Big House'. Huffman, who was also charged in the scandal, allegedly paid $15,000 for her older daughter's answers to be changed on the Saturday.

Loughlin was caught when federal agents found emails from her that proved that she was involved in the scandal.

The "Be True to Your Preschool" episode aired in season 6 of the show.

Their kid speaks in full sentences, knows his ABCs and has been enrolled in a prestigious preschool. "He may have embellished, lied a bit on our application".

The tie between the two stories gets even eerier as Jesse stresses the importance of the twins education and how it doesn't matter if he and Becky break the rules to get their children a good education.

"We have to be honest, well, I have to be honest", Loughlin says. "You're right", says Uncle Jesse. The actress was away filming in Vancouver.

The college admissions cheating and bribery scandal involves 50 people, including Loughlin and her husband.

On Tuesday, John Stamos, who played Louglin's husband Jesse Katsopolis on the beloved family show and the recent Netflix reboot "Fuller House", was spotted leaving Madeo in Beverly Hills just hours after she was accused of bribing her daughters' way into college.

Journalist Ernest Owens brought up Abigail Fischer, the woman who sued claiming affirmative action prevented her from getting into the University of Texas, Austin, and added: "Live footage of when Abigail Fisher finds out it wasn't qualified Black people via affirmative action who took her spot - but wealthy white people like Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin who used cronyism, capitalism, and nepotism instead".

Huffman has two daughters with husband William H. Macy including Sofia, who is 18, and 16-year old Georgia.

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