Laurie Loulin and her husband Mosimo Giannulli will learn how much time they will spend behind bars in a sentence scheduled for late August, a judge has ruled.
A federal judge gave the California couple an August 21 court date after they faked against the conspiracy allegations in a massive scandal earlier this month. Boston 25 News reported.
The former “Full House” star, 55, and her designer husband, 56, had previously requested that the application be moved to July 30 through their lawyer.
“Our clients definitely want to see the finality of this process,” Trach told the judge in a video conference last week when the couple pleaded guilty.
The couple pleaded guilty to paying a 500,000 bribe to convicted college fixer William “Rick” Singer, who received their daughters Olivia Jade Giannulli and Isabella Rose Giannulli as bogus rowing recruiters at the University of Southern California.
Laulin and Giannouli entered into the Pilesil deal, both of which are available in Slammer in just a few months, but they have to be approved by Boston Federal Judge Nathaniel Gorton.
Loulin agreed to serve two months in prison, pay a 150,000 fine and perform 100 hours of community service in return, and Giannulli agreed to work behind bars for five months, pay a 250,000 fine and serve 250 hours of community service.