Lori Loughlin and her husband appeared together in Boston for a court hearing in connection to the college admission scandal, and Loughlin acted strangely.

Loughlin was beset by cameras and fans alike, many with signs saying “pay my tuition,” and rather than ignoring them, the Fuller House star engaged with the audience and signed a couple autographs.

According to an E! News insider, “She was obviously extremely nervous and the actress side of Lori came out. She doesn’t know how else to be in public.”

Loughlin has never been on the negative side of the media before, and her natural reaction was to smile and schmooze like she use to.

Her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, is seemingly coping with the controversy by avoiding being seen in public; they took a private jet to Boston just to avoid further attention.


Loughlin is among the 50 people including actresses Felicity Huffman who have been indicted for bribing college officials to get their kids into elite universities.

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