Andrea Barber defended Lori Loughlin, who appeared on both the beloved ABC sitcom "Full House" and its reboot, "Fuller House," in an interview Monday on the "3rd Hour of Today."
Teresa Giudice, who's served time in prison herself, has some advice for Lori Loughlin, who could soon face prison time for her role in the college admissions scandal.
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While there are reports that the "Fuller House" actress is "about to break" amid the college admissions scandal, she and her husband will be pleading "not guilty" to the latest charge against them.
Bob Saget got candid about his "Fuller House" co-star Lori Loughlin and how he's handling the media scrutiny surrounding her alleged involvement in the college admissions scandal.
While she was in prison — a low-security facility outside of San Francisco — prosecutors told the court that Huffman had paid the $30,000 fine “in full.”
Lori Loughlin ‘Terrified’ About New Charges: ‘Stress Is About to Break Them,’ Source Says
The "Full House" actress was among the 11 of 15 parents hit with new charges. "Our goal from the beginning has been to hold the defendants fully accountable," said U.S. Attorney Andrew E. Lelling.
“Get it u guys? Do you get why [it] is funny?” Georgia wrote on Instagram as her mom completes her 13-day prison sentence for the college admissions scandal. On "Shameless," Macy plays a spectacularly deadbeat dad.
Dana Delany says she has spoken to her "Desperate Housewives" co-star in the wake of Operation Varsity Blues.
“I did get her into a new school but I did have to pull a Lori Loughlin and make a donation,” Jeff Lewis said of his young daughter on his SiriusXM show "Jeff Lewis Live."
Move aside Mr. Rogers and White Claw ... the college admissions scandal is the next thing to hop on board the sexy Halloween costume hay ride.
Legal experts weigh in on what Huffman's 14-day prison sentence means for the "Full House" actress.
While Felicity Huffman is the one who has her day in court, social media is abuzz about the fate of "Aunt Becky."
Meghan McCain slams Felicity Huffman: 'She deserves to go to jail.'
Prosecutors filed a court document Friday asking that the actress face one month in prison and a year of supervised release and pay a $20,000 fine.
The "Shameless" star was spotted carrying a graduation balloon that said “You did it!” ahead of his daughter Sophia's high school graduation.