Actress Lori Loughlin and husband Mossimo Giannulli, to claim that its donation of half-a-million u.s. dollars (approximately € 450,000) at the University of Southern California, was legal. According to the acteursechtpaar does justice to all around the omkopingsschandaal purpose of evidence behind it, from which it appears that the set is not intended for anyone to be buying it, reported TMZ on Sunday.
The 55-year-old actress and her husband are part of a group of eleven defendants in the omkopingsschandaal. It’s set up, it would be a half-a-million dollars may have paid in order to make sure that their daughters, Bella and Olivia, Jade, is registered to be a part of the roeiteam of the university, as they are, these sports are not sports.
“Our clients have the legal donations are made,” according to the lawyers at Loughlin and to Giannulli. During the trial, they will have their innocence and are helping to establish, and to show that the payments made to the university’s legal the donations were not intended to be, directly or indirectly, the former director of the university, in order to buy it.”
Loughlin’s lawyers want to know whether the university was aware of the activities of the particular director, Donna Heinel, different, parents, and students. “If the university knew of this will, Lori, and Mossimo is definitely the fact that there is no evidence of bribery or payment processing problems were.”
Loughlin and Giannulli in march have been accused of fraud and money laundering. The former Full House actor could be a prison sentence of up to twenty years if they are found guilty.
Felicity Huffman in to be the same price judged
The former Desperate Housewives actress Felicity Huffman is one of the fifty parents and, in total, that is, when the three of them are involved. For applications, it is, after its admission of guilt for the examenfraude for the benefit of the children may not be prosecuted for money laundering, but fraud.
Huffman got her jail time of two weeks, in the meantime expired. In addition, she was sentenced to community service of 250 hours and a fine of $ 30,000 and a suspended prison sentence of one year.