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Actress Lori Loughlin, who fraudulently at American university, touches her roles lost
Celebrities, The American tv station Hallmark stops the collaboration with actress Lori Loughlin now they suspect is in a omkopingsschandaal. That leaves the parent company Crown Media Family Network in a statement to know. "We don't work longer together with Lori Loughlin. And we stop at all channels with the development of all of the productions where she is involved in," says the company in the statement. One of the productions that are no longer on the transmitter is to see is the series of tv movies Garage Sale Mystery’, report American media.

The actress, best known for her role as Aunt Becky from ‘Full(er) House’, reported Wednesday in the court in Los Angeles in order to account for the corruption-scandal where she and her husband Mossimo Giannulli in are involved in. The couple paid almost half a million euros to their daughters at USC (University of Southern California) and lied that both girls were good rowers were, to them such as 'athlete' to get to the university. Lori was released after paying a bail of about 900,000 dollars. Her husband also came out on bail, free. They are later this month at the court in Boston is expected to justify.

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