Which of the 2 is most likely to survive prison?
Lori & Felicity will do time
|by Anonymous||reply 183||Last Thursday at 1:42 PM|
I don't see them doing time especially since miss juicy got away with bad behavior.
|by Anonymous||reply 1||04/04/2019|
Lori's & Felicity's crimes have more far reaching social implications. Everyone caught up in this net is going down.
|by Anonymous||reply 2||04/04/2019|
They won’t get prison time, sadly.
As a hypothetical, wanted to say Felicity would last longer but Lori has some craziness around the facial expression that suggests maybe don’t mess with her so maybe she would do better.
|by Anonymous||reply 3||04/04/2019|
luv to see these overpaid old hacks get jail time with the meanest lesbos on the block.
specially miss goody 2 shoes fug face Lori Lugnuts.
|by Anonymous||reply 4||04/04/2019|
No jail time. They will be fined an amount that is inconsequential to them and, at most, they will serve less than a year of in-home confinement with exceptions granted every time they ask nicely.
|by Anonymous||reply 5||04/04/2019|
Lori & Felicity would make a great title for a tv show.
|by Anonymous||reply 6||04/04/2019|
They'll get less than 6 months home confinement, at the very most.
|by Anonymous||reply 7||04/04/2019|
No, they will be going to jail R5. White collar jail, but jail nonetheless. Felicity will probably get six months and Lori a year or two.
|by Anonymous||reply 8||04/04/2019|
I honestly believe that if they do go, they'll come out insanely famous and have street cred, esp. Loughlin who is seen as a such a "goody two-shoes" that doing time will have her in demand.
|by Anonymous||reply 9||04/04/2019|
Lock them up!
|by Anonymous||reply 10||04/04/2019|
Seriously? Prison time is a bit much for this.
|by Anonymous||reply 11||04/04/2019|
R11, they committed tax/mail fraud. This wasn't just about getting their dumbasses into college, it was the way they went about it. People focus on the nonsense, but they committed actual crimes.
A black woman went to prison for not knowing she wasn't allowed to vote.
|by Anonymous||reply 12||04/04/2019|
Sorry, fellas. I'm sticking by my prediction. I'll just add that when they are done with their 10 months of home confinement, they will both rush to do a Netflix-type movie on their experience.
If they were fat 60 year old bookkeepers, they'd be going to jail. But pretty actresses with fame and money in the bank? The judge is not going to want to go up against that.
|by Anonymous||reply 13||04/04/2019|
Martha fucking Stewart went to prison for 9 months. You can bet your bippy at least one of these broads (hoping it's Lori if I had to choose) will be going in for a stint.
|by Anonymous||reply 14||04/04/2019|
I wouldn't be surprised if they were used to make an example. No one really knows the others implicated so they can't relate to them but they can to famous people that everyone knows.
|by Anonymous||reply 15||04/04/2019|
[quote] they committed tax/mail fraud.
Oh, big deal. Just make them pay a fine. Prison is for violent criminals or really big theft cases.
|by Anonymous||reply 16||04/04/2019|
[quote]A black woman went to prison for not knowing she wasn't allowed to vote.
|by Anonymous||reply 17||04/04/2019|
A black woman went to jail for lying about where she lived so her kids could get into a better school though. This is why these two entitled beyond belief cunts need to be made an example of.
|by Anonymous||reply 18||04/04/2019|
But they're not black so none of that matters.
|by Anonymous||reply 19||04/04/2019|
Martha Stewart served 5 months.
|by Anonymous||reply 20||04/04/2019|
It is up to the judge, but the prosecutor wants jail time. I would expect Lori to get more jail time because of the rowing scam. It is doubtful they have any information to give the prosecutor.
|by Anonymous||reply 21||04/04/2019|
[Quote]It is up to the judge, but the prosecutor wants jail time. I would expect Lori to get more jail time because of the rowing scam. It is doubtful they have any information to give the prosecutor.
The court of public opinion has its tentacles all over this one. Don't forget it was public outcry that sent Paris Hilton back to jail after the judge gave her a puff sentence for violating her probation.
These women singlehandedly demolished the "Affirmative Action is reverse descrimination" narrative. For that alone they are sure to pay dearly.
|by Anonymous||reply 22||04/04/2019|
[Quote] Don't forget it was public outcry that sent Paris Hilton back to jail after the judge gave her a puff sentence for violating her probation.
I totally forgot about that.
|by Anonymous||reply 23||04/04/2019|
Felicity is from hoity-toity upstate NY, Lori is Long Island all the way. Lori could kick her ass back up to Buffalo.
|by Anonymous||reply 24||04/04/2019|
lori acting ike a movie star runnin round kissin ass and signin pix, put her in the river and let her go....
|by Anonymous||reply 25||04/05/2019|
[quote]Lori's & Felicity's crimes have more far reaching social implications.
So do Miss Juicy's.
|by Anonymous||reply 26||04/05/2019|
I think Loughlin and her husband spent $500,000 to get one or both of their daughters into college. For me, the only appropriate punishment (if not actual jail time, but that is a delicious thought) is for Lori to set-up a $500,000 scholarship fund. Lori, the husband her spawn MUST accept applications, meet those who apply, and then provide five $20,000 grants for five years. This means they actually do something worthwhile with their wealth. The punishment is ongoing. the punishment affects their bank account, the punishment may actually teach Lori, the husband their spawn something important.
The same goes for Felicity and other parents... I think Huffman spent $150,000 so that means five $10,000 grants over three years worth of scholarships.
|by Anonymous||reply 27||04/05/2019|
[quote] Felicity is from hoity-toity upstate NY, Lori is Long Island all the way. Lori could kick her ass back up to Buffalo.
Has anyone pitched this show to Netflix? Or the CW?
|by Anonymous||reply 28||04/05/2019|
|by Anonymous||reply 29||04/05/2019|
lori should do time for thinking her dumb ass kids belong in college. if not in that family, they would be flippin burgers at the mac....
|by Anonymous||reply 30||04/05/2019|
I think they are going to serve at least a couple of months, my money is on Lori who already has her shiv ready.
|by Anonymous||reply 31||04/05/2019|
bread and water for 5 yrs !!!!
|by Anonymous||reply 32||04/05/2019|
That is the perfect punishment, r32. They’d get so fat eating nothing but bread.
|by Anonymous||reply 33||04/05/2019|
I wish the entire cast of that show could go to jail. For stealing my time slot.
|by Anonymous||reply 34||04/05/2019|
Huge fines, probation, community service. They won't go to jail but their careers are probably not going to recover.
|by Anonymous||reply 35||04/05/2019|
Wealthy and famous straight white women don’t do jail time. [italic]If they are[/italic] sentenced, it will be inconsequential. 🙄
|by Anonymous||reply 36||04/05/2019|
Love how they each gave themselves a hoi polloi makeover before their court appearance. Lori appears positively professorial in her glasses with its severe looking frame.😅
|by Anonymous||reply 37||04/05/2019|
I don't see them doing time in jail I see them paying big fines and having to perform community service. The rich always get off since they can pay their way out of jail time.
|by Anonymous||reply 38||04/05/2019|
Was worried for Keri Russell there for a minute, she shouldn’t go to jail for being in love with two men, who could choose between Ben and Noel?
|by Anonymous||reply 39||04/05/2019|
I actually think it’s the best PR for all parties involved if they serve time.
|by Anonymous||reply 40||04/05/2019|
[quote]They won't go to jail but their careers are probably not going to recover.
Felicity will bounce back with an edgy role where she plays a damaged or downright evil woman. Lori will have to be the bad girl on a night soap. Both will need to take a break.
If Martha can do it, they can. As R23 inadvertently pointed out, people's memories are pretty short when it comes to these things.
Five years from now this incident will be a, "remember when this thing happened?" type of event.
|by Anonymous||reply 41||04/05/2019|
Martha Stewart went to jail for straight up lying to the FBI during the active investigation of series of serious financial crimes. It's hard to get past that one. Five months in the pokey really is the minimum for that one.
Lori and Felicity paid for the services of a crook. They will weep and wail and say they did not know, understand, appreciate, just how seriously illegal his actions were. Why, they were his victims!
R22's point is imporant. "These women singlehandedly demolished the "Affirmative Action is reverse descrimination" narrative. For that alone they are sure to pay dearly." I can see the establishment letting Lori and Felicity slide, just to avoid throwing more sunlight on that harsh truth.
|by Anonymous||reply 42||04/05/2019|
How about the other rich deplorables whose names haven't been talked about. They are much more influential.
|by Anonymous||reply 43||04/05/2019|
[QUOTE] Lori, the husband her spawn MUST accept applications, meet those who apply, and then provide five $20,000 grants for five years.
Can their daughters apply?
|by Anonymous||reply 44||04/05/2019|
R29 LOL i like that show.
|by Anonymous||reply 45||04/05/2019|
There is no way either will do time AT ALL.Here is what will happen:
Both will get probation (5 years) with a hefty fine.
They have no criminal history, they are rich.They will not do time.Bank that.
|by Anonymous||reply 46||04/05/2019|
You’re wrong, R13. They will do jail time.
|by Anonymous||reply 47||04/06/2019|
|by Anonymous||reply 48||04/06/2019|
no they wont, they are members of the white upper class and they will be lawyered up to the max. Justice in America, baby, lets face it that is how this country rolls/
|by Anonymous||reply 49||04/06/2019|
I would be shocked if they actually got jail time.
|by Anonymous||reply 50||04/06/2019|
Oh god, it's just a school. Daycare for teens.
Why don't they just be open to rich people giving a humongous amount to get their kid enrolled- no questions asked?
|by Anonymous||reply 51||04/06/2019|
Jail time, OP? Umm, as if...
|by Anonymous||reply 52||04/06/2019|
[quote] It is up to the judge, but the prosecutor wants jail time. I would expect Lori to get more jail time because of the rowing scam. It is doubtful they have any information to give the prosecutor
No, they have absolutely NOTHING what so ever to tell the prosecutor. Remember, this case isn't like other cases where the authorities catch the low level people and use them for info to get the mastermind. They've already gotten the mastermind. He's the one who named names and revealed all these parents who hired him. There is NOTHING for Lori, Felicity or any of the others to trade.
One of the parents who was a lawyer already pled guilty yesterday. He threw himself on the mercy of the court
|by Anonymous||reply 53||04/06/2019|
There is a seven part thread about this mess, a lot of information.
|by Anonymous||reply 54||04/06/2019|
Who is going to fuck William H. Macy now???
|by Anonymous||reply 55||04/06/2019|
Mossimo, of course.
|by Anonymous||reply 56||04/06/2019|
There's more to this whole thing than the parents buying their kids better test scores and college admission. A lot of them (from what I found on the internet) have their own charities. They paid this mastermind guy with checks from their charities, under the guise of it being a charitable donation
One lady Michelle Janavs got $1.8 Million from her family when they sold their business. She parked it into her charity and invested the $1.8 M. She earned $97,496 from the investment fund in 2016. And since they are a charity, they only had to pay $115 dollars in taxes. She then used that money to make $100,000 worth of donations to her children's school. She's been donating to her kid's schools since they were in middle school (tax records for her scam of a charity don't go back any farther on the internet). Her charity is supposed to help "hungry children in America". She's a smart bitch though. She did donate $15,000 each year to the Orange County Food Bank.
And what do you know? Her children listed their "volunteer work" at the Orange County Food Bank on their college transcripts. And she only had to pay $115 dollars in taxes each year.
Someone who earns $7.25 an hour pays more than that per year in income tax and this fucking cunt was able to use her scam charity to earn $100 grand tax free and use those profits to get her stupid fucking kids into college
|by Anonymous||reply 57||04/06/2019|
Here's Mrs Janavs charity at a glance
|by Anonymous||reply 58||04/06/2019|
Huffman chain smokes, can she get tobaccy in prison? will she have to trade....'services' to get her smokes?
|by Anonymous||reply 59||04/06/2019|
Look at that smug cunt lori with her other spectacularly stupid daughter, laughing and putting on a show for the paparazzi
The other day before court she was posing for pics and giving autographs. She and her useless husband probably paid the people to stand there
|by Anonymous||reply 60||04/06/2019|
She'll figure out the drill, r59.....
|by Anonymous||reply 61||04/06/2019|
The prosecutors can demand anything but once the $800 an hour Hollywood lawyers get done with them they will ask for selfies with the ladies.
|by Anonymous||reply 62||04/07/2019|
|by Anonymous||reply 63||04/07/2019|
Felicity Huffman to plead guilty in college cheating admissions case....
|by Anonymous||reply 64||04/08/2019|
Hard for a parent to admit in public she betrayed her kid.
|by Anonymous||reply 65||04/08/2019|
What about the husband?
|by Anonymous||reply 66||04/08/2019|
R53 I said they have nothing to offer. That was a given from day one. The prosecutor wants jail time. It will be the judge to decide. The climate we are in I believe they will serve time.
|by Anonymous||reply 67||04/08/2019|
Felecity wasn't as involved as Lori and her husband was. Felicity has plead guilty and is contrite. I bet she gets a fine and community. She wasn't out front signing autographs and taking selfies with fans on her day in court.
|by Anonymous||reply 68||04/08/2019|
Felicity showed up to court in a black town car with her brother and one lawyer and walked in without any fanfare. Lori and her husband showed up in a huge black 'rockstar' vehicle, with a ton of lawyers surrounding her, smiling and waving like she's a huge movie star. Felicity has pleaded guilty while Lori and Mossimo intend to fight the charges, despite the evidence against them. Felicity has issued a public apology, while they have shown no regret or remorse whatsoever, and have been seen out and about enjoying themselves.
Their team of advisors should be fired for their stupidity, arrogance, and sense of entitlement.
|by Anonymous||reply 69||04/08/2019|
I think Lori and hubby will do time. They are still pleading not guilty.
|by Anonymous||reply 70||04/08/2019|
Aunt Becky is a bitch.
|by Anonymous||reply 71||04/08/2019|
Lock Aunt Becky up!
|by Anonymous||reply 72||04/08/2019|
Felicity is ...
|by Anonymous||reply 73||04/08/2019|
They are going to jail. Felicity will do six months to a year, Lori will do a year or two. They both could possibly get more. You people have no idea what you’re talking about, but this is DL so no surprise there.
|by Anonymous||reply 74||04/08/2019|
Apparently the feds want Felicity to do 4 - 10 months, $20,000 fine, 1 year probation and restitution.
|by Anonymous||reply 75||04/08/2019|
For those that don't trust TMZ
|by Anonymous||reply 76||04/08/2019|
Lori Loughlin and her husband must really trust their lawyers to get them out of doing jail time. I wonder why their lawyers think that they can fight the allegations when there is a paper trail leading right to Lori and Mossimo?
|by Anonymous||reply 77||04/08/2019|
Felicity will get nothing because of overcrowding, like other celebs got. She's hardly public enemy number one.
|by Anonymous||reply 78||04/08/2019|
These are federal crimes R78.
|by Anonymous||reply 79||04/08/2019|
Felicity seems to be taking some level of guilt and responsibility, and the amount she paid is smaller, so she probably will do less time.
Lori Loughlin, on the other hand, seems to be having a bit of entitlement and isn't pleading guilty. I suspect her and her cunt daughter will claim they are the victims. Hopefully Lori Cuntlin will do way more time.
|by Anonymous||reply 80||04/08/2019|
Why wasn't Olivia Jade charged? She's definitely complicit and this all happened when she was a legal adult.
|by Anonymous||reply 81||04/08/2019|
Her money didn't change hands.
|by Anonymous||reply 82||04/09/2019|
why dint Huffman wear a hat or tiara out in that wind? fiddling with her hair looks so unpretty and narcissistic galore....GUG WUG FUG
WHY IS SHE INTIMATELY HOLDING HANDS WITH HER LAWYER? TO SHOW THEYR FUKING?
|by Anonymous||reply 83||04/09/2019|
karma is a bitch
|by Anonymous||reply 84||04/09/2019|
Note the language of felicity’s statement: “I am in full acceptance...” That’s passive language. How about “I fully accept...”
Shows an arm’s length from taking responsibility.
|by Anonymous||reply 85||04/09/2019|
only thing missing in the vid they keep playing of her in her walk of shame to court with lawyer is a big fat Marlboro hangin from her lip.
|by Anonymous||reply 86||04/09/2019|
she wants plea agreement asap so more DIRTY LAUNDRY WILL BE AIRED BOUT HER OR HER FAMILY....
|by Anonymous||reply 87||04/09/2019|
Felonicity isn’t the only culprit. I hope the Fed’s investigate cheating schemes from decades ago.
|by Anonymous||reply 88||04/09/2019|
[quote]If they were fat 60 year old bookkeepers, they'd be going to jail.
|by Anonymous||reply 89||04/09/2019|
And yet Donald Trump is a free man. Why is that?
|by Anonymous||reply 90||04/09/2019|
Revealed: Felicity Huffman is facing up to TEN MONTHS in jail after admitting guilt in the college admissions scandal - but Lori Loughlin and husband will be locked up for TWO YEARS in a plea deal, say experts
|by Anonymous||reply 91||04/09/2019|
[quote]Note the language of felicity’s statement: “I am in full acceptance...” That’s passive language. How about “I fully accept...”
[quote]Shows an arm’s length from taking responsibility.
Hopefully, it shows shame, but it is probably just fear.
|by Anonymous||reply 92||04/09/2019|
Not only will they both do jail time, they will both be felons. They will both be basically impossible to insure in the future on set. Their careers are over.
|by Anonymous||reply 93||04/09/2019|
I doubt they will be uninsurable R93. There are many actors that have felony records for a lot worse crimes.
|by Anonymous||reply 94||04/09/2019|
|by Anonymous||reply 95||04/09/2019|
Felicity and Bill used to be the fugliest couple in Hollywood. A new face and she thought that could buy her immunity from the long arm of the law. Sorry bitch!
|by Anonymous||reply 96||04/09/2019|
Felicity is a big phony. It's just another attempt at a damage control. She and Bill have been giving their best attempt at that since her arrest. Just another acting assignment for them.
She's really only sorry she got caught and the negative effect it caused for her and her family.
|by Anonymous||reply 97||04/09/2019|
Regretting they got caught R97 would probably describe most people that commit a crime.
|by Anonymous||reply 98||04/09/2019|
Don’t bother R89, I have copies in triplicate.
|by Anonymous||reply 99||04/09/2019|
That is not her lawyer. It's her brother.
|by Anonymous||reply 100||04/09/2019|
24 minutes ago
NBC News: Hollywood Actress Lori Loughlin has been indicted by a federal grand jury and faces charges of conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud, honest services mail and wire fraud, and a new count of conspiracy to commit money laundering, according to the U.S. Attorney.
|by Anonymous||reply 101||04/09/2019|
They'll do two weeks.
|by Anonymous||reply 102||04/09/2019|
They will serve some serious time for money laundering.
|by Anonymous||reply 103||04/09/2019|
[quote]Don’t bother [R89], I have copies in triplicate.
I hope they're mimeos Ginny.
|by Anonymous||reply 104||04/09/2019|
What about tax fraud, listing the fees as donations and taking deductions?
|by Anonymous||reply 105||04/09/2019|
Lori and husband are in deep doo doo.
|by Anonymous||reply 106||04/09/2019|
I can't believe their lawyer didn't tell them to take the plea deal. Lori and her husband seem to be so delusional they believe they will not get convicted.
|by Anonymous||reply 107||04/09/2019|
I’m guessing that’s where the money laundering charges come in, r105.
|by Anonymous||reply 108||04/09/2019|
Loughlin has been offered a plea with two years jail time. She’d beat take it.
|by Anonymous||reply 109||04/09/2019|
A pardoned drug conviction is quite different from fraud.
|by Anonymous||reply 110||04/09/2019|
|by Anonymous||reply 111||04/09/2019|
It’s all over the news. Google it, cunt.
|by Anonymous||reply 112||04/09/2019|
Well you are a nasty piece of shit R112. I have the news on and I have googled it. Nothing.
|by Anonymous||reply 113||04/09/2019|
Not only has she been offered two years, but she’s now been indicted on new charges of money laundering. She’s better take that offer.
Fuck off R113, you retarded twat.
|by Anonymous||reply 114||04/09/2019|
They can both be insured. The real problem for them is that their prospective audiences are almost universally pissed at them, making them difficult to market.
|by Anonymous||reply 115||04/09/2019|
R114, nowhere in that article does it say she was offered a plea deal for two years.
|by Anonymous||reply 116||04/09/2019|
[quote]But pretty actresses with fame and money in the bank
Pretty? You think I’m pretty?
Bless you, r13. I’ll be thinking of you when I’m learning how to munch muff.
|by Anonymous||reply 117||04/09/2019|
Whose the retarded twat R113? Oh, you are. Sorry you lack reading comprehension skills.
|by Anonymous||reply 118||04/09/2019|
Oops, meant R114.
|by Anonymous||reply 119||04/09/2019|
[quote]Whose the retarded twat
|by Anonymous||reply 120||04/09/2019|
I know the difference R120. Should have been Who's. No one likes the "Oh, dear" troll. You just look very petty.
|by Anonymous||reply 121||04/09/2019|
Hahaha, now Loughlin is finally figuring out how serious this is with laundering charges. Can’t wait until prosecution rescinds the two year offer and offers five.
|by Anonymous||reply 122||04/09/2019|
What schools was Felicity trying to get the kid into? Is the kid still in high school now or in a college?
|by Anonymous||reply 123||04/09/2019|
I think vegemite is about umami
|by Anonymous||reply 124||04/09/2019|
|by Anonymous||reply 125||04/09/2019|
For Felicity it really is up to the judge. If her sentencing guidelines are 4-10 months as reported then she is in a probation eligible box.
For those unfamiliar with the federal system there is no "overcrowding" in federal prison. They find room for everyone. They actually rarely step people back at sentencing if they are out on release. They send them home to wait for a date to report to the designated prison. There's a federal prison south of Oakland with a women's campus.
|by Anonymous||reply 126||04/09/2019|
Lori will turn state's evidence against Jade.
|by Anonymous||reply 127||04/09/2019|
You watch too much TV R127. No way she turns on her daughter.
|by Anonymous||reply 128||04/09/2019|
She could turn on other parents or other schemes she might have looked into.
|by Anonymous||reply 129||04/09/2019|
Could someone explain what the charges against Loughlin and Huffman are? I'm confused because, generally, it seems Loughlin and Huffman just paid huge amount of money to get their kids into school. But isn't that something that wealthy families have done for a while now? I get they paid some shady dude to fabricate their kids' applications, but is there actually a crime there? It would definitely be against college admissions policy (and probably get the kids kicked out), but is there an actual federal crime there? Admittedly, I'm not entirely schooled in the whole mail fraud and money-laundering thing, but is that really something Loughlin and Huffman did (as opposed to the guy they paid doing such things)? I can definitely see the issues of dishonesty, but am having difficulties seeing where the actions entered the "criminal territory.
|by Anonymous||reply 130||04/10/2019|
[quote]You watch too much TV [R127]. No way she turns on her daughter.
No, but I could easily see the daughter doing it. What a coward.
|by Anonymous||reply 131||04/10/2019|
Is Jade still vlogging?
|by Anonymous||reply 132||04/10/2019|
Loughlin and her lawyer’s are complete morons. They thought the prosecutors were bluffing. Enjoy jail, bitch.
|by Anonymous||reply 133||04/10/2019|
[quote] Could someone explain what the charges against Loughlin and Huffman are?
Both are charged with the ultimate crime...OF LOVING TOO MUCH!!!!! 😭 😭 😭
|by Anonymous||reply 134||04/10/2019|
New charge: conspiracy to commit money laundering...The locked up Gotti and trew away the key for less.
|by Anonymous||reply 135||04/10/2019|
I would just love to see Ms Goody Two Shoes (Lori) go to prison. Seriously, I cannot stop laughing.
|by Anonymous||reply 136||04/10/2019|
Lori is in deeper shit than Felicity, and still seems to act like nothing is going to happen to her. The reality of this just hasn't set in. She's still signing autographs outside the court house.
|by Anonymous||reply 137||04/10/2019|
I think when they added the charge of money laundering it hit her that this is serious. How many people would think a prosecutor is bluffing? She really fucked up by not taking his plea deal. I get that she doesn't want to do prison time, but now she has doubled her time in prison.
|by Anonymous||reply 138||04/10/2019|
I wonder if Lori's prison cell will be as cushy as Martha Stewart's.
|by Anonymous||reply 139||04/10/2019|
You can't blame the lawyer. Some clients just won't listen to good advice. Their choice.
|by Anonymous||reply 140||04/10/2019|
Please, please lock her up.
|by Anonymous||reply 141||04/10/2019|
vegas bets say lori will do a year in jail.
man she is hated
|by Anonymous||reply 142||04/10/2019|
DL, we need to organize a separate payer circle for Lori on here. Who's with me?
|by Anonymous||reply 143||04/11/2019|
Maybe Lori will get those tear drop prison tattoos
|by Anonymous||reply 144||04/11/2019|
Too bad Lori doesn't have a ride-or-die spouse like Wendy Williams is. In the same situation, Wendy would have taken all of the blame even if her husband had masterminded the whole scheme. Lori's husband is probably looking for wife number 2 as we speak. Bye, girl.
|by Anonymous||reply 145||04/11/2019|
Yes, r139, it will. That's why they call it "Club Fed".
|by Anonymous||reply 146||04/11/2019|
R134: Celeste Talbert could have gotten a better sitcom than [italic]Full House[/italic] if they ever cancelled [italic]The Sun Also Sets[/italic].
|by Anonymous||reply 147||04/11/2019|
They’ll both write books, go on an apology tour, and star in TV movies based on the ordeal. Win win.
|by Anonymous||reply 148||04/11/2019|
Indeed. They had better watch those women's prison box sets.
|by Anonymous||reply 149||04/11/2019|
[quote]Felicity seems to be taking some level of guilt and responsibility
No she isn't. Her only choice was to plead guilty or risk lots of jail time. This isn't a "is she or isn't she guilty" type of situation. It's a she's fucking guilty situation. The ringleader got caught first. He made a deal with the prosecutors/investigators to rat out all the parents. He (with the FBI monitoring/recording everything) called and emailed the parents and got them all to confess. Most of these people used their own charities to launder the money and they avoided taxes on that money because they funneled it through their charities. They signed fraudulent tax returns.
These people had absolutely NOTHING to bargain with. That's why the first guy to plead guilty and throw himself on the mercy of the court was a hot shot lawyer at a big firm. He's going to get disbarred and go to jail. And he's delighted that he's getting off as easy as he's getting off (with a reduced jail sentence). Had he gone to court he would have lost and would be spending years in prison
The thing with going to court is that the prosecutors will turn their lives inside out while investigating. Who knows what other crimes these people committed could be revealed? When you are 100% guilty and a prosecutor offers you a deal, TAKE IT
|by Anonymous||reply 150||04/11/2019|
You can't get into the mind and heart of someone R150 so stop with your pious attitude. I would hope most of us would not do what these parents have done, but we were never put in that position. I know my parents (grandparents) would not have done something like that. With all their flaws, and there were many, honest wasn't.
|by Anonymous||reply 151||04/11/2019|
|by Anonymous||reply 152||04/11/2019|
"Why wasn't Olivia Jade charged? She's definitely complicit and this all happened when she was a legal adult."
Lying in and of itself is not a crime
|by Anonymous||reply 153||04/11/2019|
Lori's looks aren't fading
|by Anonymous||reply 154||04/11/2019|
Open the dictionary to the entry for “basic bitch” and her picture will be there.
|by Anonymous||reply 155||04/11/2019|
Would you like to reassess R145? Wendy Williams finally served her asshole of an ex husband with divorce papers.
|by Anonymous||reply 156||04/12/2019|
she is known for the selfish rich bossy skunt she is
let us pity her poor passive husband who must put up with her skuntishness
DIVORCE HER DUDE NOW
|by Anonymous||reply 157||04/12/2019|
[quote] Lying in and of itself is not a crime
No, but perpetrating or being part of her mother's fraud (by acting like she was on the rowing team) is a crime. And she told other students she was on the rowing team
Her mom may have committed fraud, but she co-conspired with her mother (if not before she was accepted, then at least after she was accepted). And we all know she did before because the authorities have confirmed she posed for pictures on rowing machines (to feed the lie she was an experienced rower, worthy of being on the team)
That's against the law. And conspiracy is easy to prove. But I have a feeling the prosecutors will let her get away with it. If she were a minority student, she'd have the book thrown at her, but white privilege and the fact that she is borderline retarded will help her avoid charges
|by Anonymous||reply 158||04/12/2019|
[quote]DL, we need to organize a separate payer circle for Lori on here. Who's with me?
Screw that shit. I’m praying Lisa Whelchel gets her Hallmark gigs.
|by Anonymous||reply 159||04/12/2019|
[quote] DIVORCE HER DUDE NOW
I saw a picture of them at court and she's grinning and he is not looking happy at all. If he were smart he'd plead guilty and serve her with divorce papers the same day. But these two aren't what anyone would call bright. Their vapid, ridiculous children are evidence that arrogance, stupidity and entitlement can be genetic
|by Anonymous||reply 160||04/12/2019|
If they’re divorced, one might have to testify against the other.
|by Anonymous||reply 161||04/12/2019|
"No, but perpetrating or being part of her mother's fraud (by acting like she was on the rowing team) is a crime."
Pretending to be on the rowing team is not a crime. Again, you need to look at what she was actually charged with.
|by Anonymous||reply 162||04/12/2019|
desperate fool housewives
|by Anonymous||reply 163||04/12/2019|
I'm not a lawyer, so I googled conspiracy to commit a crime. Here's what I found--
"What’s a Criminal Conspiracy? Put simply, a criminal conspiracy is an agreement to commit an unlawful act. The agreement itself is the crime, but at least one co-conspirator must take an “overt act” in furtherance of the conspiracy. Under the federal conspiracy statute:
The agreement by two or more persons is the essence of the crime. If there is no agreement, there can be no conspiracy. The co-conspirators must agree to commit a federal crime or to defraud the United States or any federal agency in any manner and for any purpose. At least one co-conspirator must take an overt act in furtherance of the conspiracy. The overt act itself need not be unlawful, and not all members of the conspiracy are required to take an overt act; one co-conspirator’s overt act is enough. For example, one co-conspirator’s rental of a van – a perfectly legal act – to be used in a bank robbery is sufficient for his co-conspirators to be held criminally accountable for their agreement to rob the bank, even if no other steps are taken.
A co-conspirator must have knowledge of the agreement and its unlawful objectives, but it isn’t necessary for a conspiracy to succeed in its unlawful objective. A defendant can be convicted of conspiracy, yet be acquitted of the substantive crime he conspired to commit.
If the facts support it, a prosecutor will almost always charge conspiracy. It is frequently included along with securities fraud, bank fraud, insurance fraud, and mail or wire fraud charges in white collar criminal cases. In one year alone, federal prosecutors charged conspiracy in nearly 1,000 cases.
A conspiracy charge provides the government with numerous advantages. For one, every member of the conspiracy is responsible for the criminal acts of others taken in furtherance of the conspiracy, so a conspiracy charge can dramatically enhance the consequences of a guilty verdict for any single defendant. For another, evidentiary rules are relaxed for the statements of co-conspirators, making it easier for prosecutors to present the jury with incriminating evidence.
|by Anonymous||reply 164||04/12/2019|
Loughlin pleading not guilty. Hahahaha. This bitch is a total fool and her lawyers are garbage.
|by Anonymous||reply 165||Last Monday at 8:06 AM|
What about the CEOs who gave millions in bribes? Do they face prison time as well?
|by Anonymous||reply 166||Last Monday at 8:09 AM|
I just hope neither works again. Felicity gets this as karma for not speaking to the other actors (besides her fellow Housewives) on her show unless the camera was rolling. Hate that shit.
|by Anonymous||reply 167||Last Monday at 8:10 AM|
It is gonna be fun to watch Lori and Mr Lori lose everything!
|by Anonymous||reply 168||Last Monday at 8:17 AM|
Money laundering carries a maximum penalty of up to 20 years. Loris looking at at least one year in the slammer. She's just to dim to realize it. And no, the judge will not just make them pay restitution or pay a fine. Their money is tainted. The court will not accept their tainted money.
|by Anonymous||reply 169||Last Monday at 5:48 PM|
You all are fools to think these rich, White bitches are going to see any time in jail.
Won't. Ever. Happen.
|by Anonymous||reply 170||Last Monday at 6:02 PM|
According to the report I heard on the radio, an Attorney in SO Cal said that it's very possible that Lori and her husband will claim that they were misled by the guy they gave the money to and all they will have to do is ask for leniency and pay a fine. The Attorney said they wouldn't be surprised if they only get House Arrest and a small fine (because there's no proof that their crime hurt any one individual).... or they could not get any jail time at all (including House Arrest) and just get a lot of community service. Because they are so wealthy, the Attorney said that the "community service," could be minimal as well as a "large donation," would be seen as benefiting such a large number of people it would be used to factor in "comparable hours of community service."
|by Anonymous||reply 171||Last Thursday at 6:54 AM|
The prosecutor has said he wants jail time for them R171. I'll take the word of the prosecutor over some attorney in California.
|by Anonymous||reply 172||Last Thursday at 7:07 AM|
The Prosecutor can want whatever he wants. He won't be the one to make the decision.
|by Anonymous||reply 173||Last Thursday at 7:10 AM|
6 mos. is a long time, even is she gets out early. Imagine it; day in, day out- jail, jail, jail. Depressing, boring, scary, lonely, humiliating...
I also believe their daughters were complicit in the plans.
|by Anonymous||reply 174||Last Thursday at 7:28 AM|
[quote]She's just to dim to realize it.
|by Anonymous||reply 175||Last Thursday at 7:36 AM|
[quote]The Prosecutor can want whatever he wants. He won't be the one to make the decision.
You’re right, but he may refuse to negotiate on any deal that doesn’t include jail time. If she wants to go to trial, so be it. Then she’s risking federal minimum sentencing.
|by Anonymous||reply 176||Last Thursday at 7:38 AM|
[quote]Then she’s risking federal minimum sentencing.
|by Anonymous||reply 177||Last Thursday at 7:42 AM|
And the prosecutor has said any plea deal will include prison time R176.
|by Anonymous||reply 178||Last Thursday at 8:10 AM|
Whose Paul Mafort R177?
|by Anonymous||reply 179||Last Thursday at 8:15 AM|
Time for Kim K to advocate for them to Dump to obtain a pardon. She's working on her law degree and super smart.
|by Anonymous||reply 180||Last Thursday at 8:24 AM|
I dont think KIM K is dumb, is she defense attorney material, hell no. The biggest hurdle in becoming a lawyer is the massive amount of legal jargon and having a strategic mindset.
|by Anonymous||reply 181||Last Thursday at 9:10 AM|
|by Anonymous||reply 182||Last Thursday at 10:16 AM|
Never fear; NY Times reporter & pundit, Amanda Hess, has it covered.
|by Anonymous||reply 183||Last Thursday at 1:42 PM|