Lori Loughlin Allegedly Sent College Scam Ringleader This Message After Daughter Olivia Jade's Acceptance

March 19, 2019

Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman have been two A-List actresses that were involved in a nationwide college admissions scam, on behalf of their children.

According to PEOPLE, "Lori Loughlin was arrested last week on a felony charge of conspiracy to commit mail fraud and honest services mail fraud." 

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Now, as PEOPLE states, alleged messages have been revealed between Loughlin and the ringleader of this scam, Rick Singer, who also plead guilty to multiple charges in this case. 

The family was elated to learn of their daughter's acceptance. Then, "'On or about November 16, 2017, [Singer] sent the Giannullis an e-mail bearing the subject line, ‘CONGRATULATIONS!!!’ with their younger daughter’s conditional acceptance letter attached,' the affidavit reads. 'Loughlin responded, ‘This is wonderful news! [High-Five Emoji].'" The conversation allegedly ended with "[Singer] replied: ‘Please continue to keep hush hush till March,'' the affidavit alleges. 'Loughlin responded: ‘Yes, of course.'"

This is a developing story. Loughlin and Huffman are due in Boston on March 29th for a court date.