After being accused in connection with the biggest college admission scam in American history, actress Lori Loughlin finds herself out of work.
In particular, Loughlin was fired Fuller House, Netflix's revival of the classic American sitcom Sold out. In both series, Loughlin plays Rebecca Donaldson, the wife of John Stamos's character, Jesse Katsopolis. According to TMZ, Loughlin will not appear in the next fifth season of Fuller House.
Loughlin's extensive report with the Hallmark Canal has also ended, according to EW. Over the years, Hallmark has been home to many of Louglin's projects, including the episodic drama When he calls the heart, the series of mysterious films Garage sale mysteriesand several original Christmas movies.
Channel owner Hallmark Crown Media said in a statement: "We are saddened by the recent news regarding college admissions charges. We no longer work with Lori Loughlin and we have stopped the development of all productions that will be broadcast on Crown channels Media Family Network involving Lori Loughlin. "
Louglin and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, have been accused of conspiracy to commit postal fraud and honest service fraud. They are accused of paying $ 500,000 in bribes so that their daughters would be classified as recruits for the USC crew, quickly tracking their admission to school (neither of them ever took the # 39; crew.) Loughlin appeared in the federal court on Wednesday and was issued $ 1 million of pending bonds.