Lori Loughlin goes incognito in large-brim sun visor hat and dark sunglasses amid college admissions scandal
These are stressful times for Lori Loughlin and her husband amid the ongoing college admissions scandal playing out in the courts.
On Friday the former Fuller House star, understandably, looked to be in serious mood when she arrived for a meeting in her adopted hometown of Los Angeles.
All the while, she kept a low profile in a large-brimmed sun visor hat and dark sunglasses that covered part of her face.
Lori Loughlin, 55, looked to be in a serious mood when she arrived for a meeting in Los Angeles on Friday amid the ongoing college admissions scandal playing out in the courts
The 55-year-old actress was somewhat dressed down for her afternoon jaunt in a pair of casual grey pants.
She also wore a loose white t-shirt, dark blue jacket and dark grey strap-sandals as she carried a large white bag over her right shoulder.
Underneath the sun visor hat she pulled her long dirty-blonde tresses back into a ponytail.
Casual: The actress was also somewhat dressed down for her afternoon jaunt in a pair of casual grey pants, white t-shirt, jacket and strap-sandals
The Fuller House star and the fashion designer were among some 50 people, including actress felicity Huffman, who were accused of paying bribes and cheating to help get their children into America’s top colleges.
Prosecutors allege the couple paid $500,000 to get both of their daughters admitted into the University Of Southern California as recruits for the crew team, despite the fact that they had never participated in the sport.
They rejected a plea deal that many of the other parents allegedly involved in the scandal accepted, and then shortly were slapped with added charges of money laundering and conspiracy.
Incognito: The former Fuller House star looked to be keeping a low profile by wearing a sun-visor hat and dark sunglasses
Loughlin faces a maximum of 40 years in prison if convicted, but legal observers doubt that a judge would impose such a harsh sentence.
Her next court appearance, a status conference, is set for October 2.
Huffman, who was among those to accept a deal, was sentenced to 14 days in prison late last week.
Legal troubles: Loughlin and her husband (behind her at right) ahave pleaded not guilt in connection to the college admissions bribery scandal; the couple are pictured leaving a US Courthouse in Boston August 27