Lori Loughlin's daughter Olivia Jade defends her work ethic despite college admissions scandal.
Lori Loughlin's daughters discuss fallout from the college admissions scandal. "She really took this whole thing on her back solely," says Olivia Jade.
The "Full House" alum is moving on from the college admissions scandal — returning to work and making amends.
On the first episode of "Conversations With Olivia Jade," the influencer spoke with a psychologist about how people can forgive themselves.
Loughlin was released from prison five months ago after pleading guilty to taking part in the college admissions scandal.
The two actresses were front and center in the media coverage of Operation Varsity Blues the moment news of the FBI’s multi-year investigation hit headlines in 2019.
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In a photo obtained by E! News, Lori Loughlin can be seen volunteering in Los Angeles on March 2, two months after her release from federal prison in late 2020.
Netflix dropped its first teaser for its documentary Operation Varsity Blues: The College Admissions Scandal. See the sneak peek here.
The "Full House" actress is getting her passport back now that she's completed the two-month prison term as part of her sentence in the college admissions scandal.
His attorneys tried to make the case that his lengthy COVID-19 quarantine upon entering prison — which was extended after he complained of COVID-like symptoms — should allow him to be freed three months early to serve out his sentence in home confinement.
The 21-year-old influencer is back to creating content after a hiatus.
The "Full House" alum, 56, put a check mark next to the two months of incarceration she had to complete as part of her sentence.
Days before reporting to prison, Lori Loughlin's husband Mossimo Giannulli was photographed looking nearly unrecognizable after undergoing a major hair transformation.
As Lori Loughlin readies for prison in the college admissions scandal, Felicity Huffman is wrapping up her one-year of supervised probation — and wants the government to return her passport.
The "Full House" actress was sentenced to two months behind bars in August, for her part in the college admissions scandal.