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Lori Loughlin covered her face with what appeared to be a schedule of upcoming church events before she left in a black Mercedes on Sunday. She was pictured without her husband Mossimo Giannulli
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Lori Loughlin is depicted as she leaves the church without her husband Mossimo Giannulli amid reports of an & # 39; imminent divorce & # 39; while the couple is being tried because of the admission scandal.

The Full House actress wore a white shirt with pale pants and a long cardigan and covered her face with a schedule of upcoming events before driving away in a black Mercedes on Sunday.

Loughlin, 55, didn't seem to be with her fashion designer, 56, and instead walked with an unknown man as she walked to the vehicle with sunglasses, sandals and her hair.

She refused to answer questions about whether she would make a plea if she was sentenced to 40 years in prison for alleged involvement in the Operation Varsity Blues investigation.

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Lori Loughlin covered her face with what appeared to be a schedule of upcoming church events before she left in a black Mercedes on Sunday. She was pictured without her husband Mossimo Giannulli

Lori Loughlin covered her face with what appeared to be a schedule of upcoming church events before she left in a black Mercedes on Sunday. She was pictured without her husband Mossimo Giannulli

With a white shirt, pale pants and a long vest, the actress walked with an unknown man while walking to her car with sunglasses, sandals and her hair

With a white shirt, pale pants and a long vest, the actress walked with an unknown man while walking to her car with sunglasses, sandals and her hair

With a white shirt, pale pants and a long vest, the actress walked with an unknown man while walking to her car with sunglasses, sandals and her hair

Lori refused to answer questions about whether she would make a plea because she is facing up to 40 years in prison because of her alleged involvement in the investigation of Operation Varsity Blues

Lori refused to answer questions about whether she would make a plea because she is facing up to 40 years in prison because of her alleged involvement in the investigation of Operation Varsity Blues

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Lori refused to answer questions about whether she would make a plea because she is facing up to 40 years in prison because of her alleged involvement in the investigation of Operation Varsity Blues

Lori's Sunday visit to the California church is surrounded by reports that she may soon be adding a legal issue to her life.

She is said to be at odds with Mossimo during the much-published scandal, Weekly reports.

And the couple's oldest daughter is & # 39; extremely concerned & # 39; that her parents separate because they get up to 40 years in prison for alleged involvement in the investigation of Operation Varsity Blues.

A source told the publication that & # 39; Bella is extremely concerned that they are getting divorced & # 39; while their legal battle continues.

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Lori and Mossimo are said to be & # 39; retarded heads & # 39; used the means of transport they had to use for their most recent appearance in court, but eventually arrived via a private plane.

& # 39; The couple was advised by their lawyers not to do this, & # 39; said the insider.

Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli may soon add another legal problem to their lives, as Us Weekly reported that the couple was at odds during their widely published academic recording scandal; seen in August

Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli may soon add another legal problem to their lives, as Us Weekly reported that the couple was at odds during their widely published academic recording scandal; seen in August

Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli may soon add another legal problem to their lives, as Us Weekly reported that the couple was at odds during their widely published academic recording scandal; seen in August

Their eldest daughter is extremely worried & # 39; that her parents can separate because they are up to 40 years in prison for alleged involvement in the investigation of Operation Varsity Blues; as seen on Instagram

Their eldest daughter is extremely worried & # 39; that her parents can separate because they are up to 40 years in prison for alleged involvement in the investigation of Operation Varsity Blues; as seen on Instagram

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Their eldest daughter is extremely worried & # 39; that her parents can separate because they are up to 40 years in prison for alleged involvement in the investigation of Operation Varsity Blues; as seen on Instagram

While Lori agreed with their advice, & # 39; Mossimo insisted and said it was a & # 39; zoo & # 39; would be if they were flying commercially. & # 39;

The former Full House star and her fashion designer husband are imprisoned for decades when they are convicted of bribing the University of Southern California for $ 500,000.

The couple rejected an advocacy deal offered in April after being accused of paying $ 500,000 for their two daughters to go to college.

They are among the 51 people indicted in a scheme in which prosecutors say rich parents have paid an admission consultant to bribe coaches and test test managers to help their children in prestigious colleges.

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& # 39; Lori tended to make the deal, but Mossimo said it would ruin both their careers, & # 39; said the source.

And although their marriage seems to be going strong, sources close to the family believe that Lori should say goodbye to her husband.

& # 39; Her friends think she should leave him, & # 39; said an insider. & # 39; But Lori refuses and says the ordeal has made them stronger. & # 39;

On Friday, fellow actress Felicity Huffman and her lawyers argued for probation, community service and a fine instead of imprisonment for her role in the university admission scandal.

Her application was supported by letters of support from her famous husband, William H. Macy, and her & # 39; Desperate Housewives & # 39; co-star Eva Longoria.

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Huffman, in a three-page & # 39; s letter that was submitted to the federal court in Boston on Friday to handle the sweeping bribery plan, said she & # 39; deep and enduring shame & # 39; has for its actions.

She said she was a motherhood & # 39; stupendous & # 39; and had turned to the schedule in the hope of giving her eldest daughter the chance to pursue her dream of acting.

Huffman said in the letter that her daughter has a diagnosed learning disability and is struggling with math.

The former Full House star and her fashion designer are imprisoned for decades for being charged with indictments for bribing the University of Southern California for $ 500,000

The former Full House star and her fashion designer are imprisoned for decades for being charged with indictments for bribing the University of Southern California for $ 500,000

The former Full House star and her fashion designer are imprisoned for decades for being charged with indictments for bribing the University of Southern California for $ 500,000

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Meanwhile, American lawyer Andrew Lelling argues that Huffman must spend 30 days in prison because she knew the schedule was wrong and still participated.

Macy, who had not been charged in the plan, said in his own letter to the judge that their family has been struggling since his wife's arrest.

Huffman has rarely left the house and has not been offered an audition or work since her arrest six months ago, he said.

Longoria recalls in her two-page statement that Huffman has a & # 39; gentle nature & # 39; and a & # 39; kind heart & # 39; while the two played in Desperate Housewives.

Huffman pleaded guilty to paying $ 15,000 in May for a proctor to correct her daughter's answers to the SAT exam. She is sentenced on September 13.

& # 39; Lori was inclined to accept the deal, but Mossimo said it would ruin both their careers, & # 39; said the source
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& # 39; Lori was inclined to accept the deal, but Mossimo said it would ruin both their careers, & # 39; said the source

& # 39; Lori was inclined to accept the deal, but Mossimo said it would ruin both their careers, & # 39; said the source

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