Hollywood actress paid $500 thousand for the admission of her daughters to the University

Actress Lori Laughlin and her husband Mossimo Giannulli asked a judge to reduce their bail after pleading guilty in the College admissions scandal, CBS reports. 

Lori and her husband invested $1 million using their $18 million home as collateral. They asked the judge to reduce their bail to $ 100,000 each and remove the bail on their home.

Prosecutors did not object, saying they did not believe the pair would escape before sentencing next month.

Laughlin and Giannulli were accused of paying $500,000 so that their daughters could go to the University of southern California (Los Angeles, California, USA). 22 other parents (out of 24) had previously pleaded guilty in this case. Viewers could see Laurie Laughlin in such films and series as” So-so vacation”,”90 210: the New generation”,”Talking to ghosts ” and “Eternal summer”.

Earlier, antiсorr. media reported that Hollywood actress Lori Laughlin pleads not guilty to paying a bribe for the admission of her two daughters to University.