Lori Loughlin Was Spotted for the First Time Since Leaving Prison
Here’s what she has been doing since she was released.
With her prison time behind her, Lori Loughlin is working on her community service hours, People reports. The Full House alumnae, who got unceremoniously written out of the final season of the show's Netflix reboot, Fuller House, was seen for the first time since her release volunteering with Project Angel Food in Los Angeles. Page Six published the photos, which show Loughlin in a California-emblazoned sweatshirt and a face mask.
According to its website, Project Angel Food "prepares and delivers healthy meals to feed people impacted by serious illness, bringing comfort and hope every day."
Sources close to Loughlin stated that she's settling into a routine, which includes yoga and time with her daughters, Olivia Jade and Isabella Rose.
"Lori is able to live a private life in Hidden Hills," a source told People. "She spends a lot of time at home, does yoga and sees her daughters. She has been very focused on completing her court-ordered community service. She continues to be involved in charity. She always enjoyed charity work."
The source continued, saying that Loughlin was excited to have her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, back as well. He's currently still serving his sentence. Back in December, reports surfaced that he was being held separately from other inmates due to COVID-19 precautions.
"Mossimo is doing okay," the source added. "The prison COVID restrictions have been less extreme. He is still expected to be released on April 17. Lori can't wait to have him back home again."
After a plea deal issued on August 21, 2020, Loughlin served two months in jail, was ordered to pay a $150,000 fine, and commit to 150 hours of community service.