Lori Loughlin's Jail Sentence Is A 'Nightmare' For Her Daughters

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Lori Loughlin's nightmare seems to have come true. "It would be disgusting PR if Lori got COVID-19 and got really sick", the source told the outlet. "Her mind keeps telling her that something will go horribly wrong in prison or that her stay could be prolonged".

On top of that, Lori is also attending church services and has reportedly been praying a lot.

Loughlin began her prison sentence on October 30 for her role in the elaborate scheme.

"The other women are happy Lori is there because officials are taking COVID-19 seriously with a high-profile inmate", the source explained.

"It would be terrible PR if Lori got COVID-19 and got sick", the insider further added.

As for Loughlin, she also had a hard time adjusting.

But despite all of that, she is still desperately anxious about catching the coronavirus while she's inside.

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Like we stated - and like the source notes there, too - Lori won't be locked up for that much longer, with an exit date from her two-month federal prison sentence likely coming right around Christmas. She hasn't had any specific problems. "It's only two months but she's dreading it". Loughlin is set to serve two months in jail while her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, is also serving his sentence due to his involvement.

Bella's 21-year-old sister Olivia Jade has been dealing with extra-familial drama, as her boyfriend, Jackson Guthy, was arrested for a DUI in September.

Loughlin is expected to be released by December 28.

There's no news about how Mossimo is doing in his prison, but it was recently reported that Bella and Olivia Jade are said to be struggling with Lori Loughlin's jail sentence.

Citing court documents, TMZ report the 56-year-old "Fuller House" star has paid her $150,000 (£114,000) fine, while Giannulli, 57, has also made good with the courts - paying off his $250,000 (£190,000) debt.

A source told People magazine that both girls are "beyond worried" about their mom and dad after the pair plead guilty to conspiracy to commit wire and mail fraud back in May following the Operation Varsity Blues crimes. They try to focus on this'.

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