Congratulations to the graduates! Lori loughlin sent well wishes to a high school senior as part of a star-studded graduation surprise nearly six months after completing her term in prison.
“Congratulations on your big day”, the Full house Student, 56, told a student named Faith, whose father prepared the special surprise in honor of her educational achievement.
Loughlin appeared alongside Joshua bassett, Matarazzo holes, Kat dennings, Mark Wahlberg, Randall Park, Jonathan Groff and more. The student shared the heartwarming clips in a now-viral TikTok video, adding that she was “in tears at the end” of the tribute.
Faith later shared an insight into how her father organized the montage, explaining that he has no ties to the entertainment industry and didn’t even pay for the messages on Cameo.
“I made a list of all the actors that Faith grew up watching and emailed them on Thursdays. I think that’s my trick: emailing people on Thursdays. That’s when you get a response from people, ”his father said on another TikTok. “And then I do a follow-up email on Friday and you’re good to go.”
The Marine “found all the LinkedIn contact information” and made sure to emphasize how much his daughter loved the work of the stars. Not all the celebrities he reached out to participated in the video, such as Lin-Manuel Miranda Y Daniel Radcliffe, opting to send gifts from Faith instead.
Loughlin’s celebratory message for the recent graduate came shortly after she served time in federal prison for her role in the nationwide college admissions scandal. The actress and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, were arrested in March 2019 after being accused of paying $ 500,000 in bribes to ensure their daughters were admitted to the University of Southern California as crew recruits, despite they never played the sport. After initially maintaining their innocence, the couple changed their pleas in May 2020 as part of a plea deal.
Three months later, the When it calls to the heart The 58-year-old star and fashion designer were officially sentenced. Loughlin surrendered to the Federal Correctional Institution in Dublin, California, in October 2020 and was released two months later. Earlier this year, her husband completed his time behind bars ahead of schedule after being ordered to serve five months.
The couple’s plea deal also included a total of $ 400,000 in fines, which they paid in full last year. Each must serve two years of supervised release. While Loughlin completed his 100 hours of court-ordered community service, Giannulli still must complete 250 hours on his own.
Since serving their sentence for the scandal, the couple hope to put the drama in the past and focus on their daughters. Pretty, 22, and Olivia jade, twenty-one.
“They can start over and work together on their marriage, as the whole college scandal has taken its toll on both of them, as well as their marriage,” said a source. Us weekly exclusively from Loughlin and Giannulli, who “were prepared to move out of Los Angeles” after their stints in prison.
Neither him 90210 The student nor her husband have addressed the controversy publicly, but in December 2020, Olivia Jade broke her silence during an interview on Red table talk, confessing that she was blinded by her privilege.
“There is no justification or excuse for what happened because what happened was wrong, and I think every person in my family can say, ‘That was a disaster. That was a big mistake, ‘”the YouTuber explained at the time. “I feel like a big part of having privileges is not knowing you have them, and so when it was happening, it didn’t feel bad. … I took my privilege and all my blessings for granted, and never thought about it. “