Published On: Wed, Apr 28th, 2021

Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli want to leave California to ‘work on their marriage’ post prison

Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli are mulling a move out of California to ‘work on their marriage’ post prison

They’ve weathered through a vicious storm.

And Lori Loughlin is mulling a move out of California to work on her marriage to Mossimo Giannulli after they both served prison sentences for their participation in the Operation Varsity Blues college admissions scandal.

The 56-year-old actress and her designer husband are ‘looking to buy a home in Idaho to get away from it all’ and reconnect, according to Us Weekly

Making it work: Lori Loughlin is mulling a move out of California to work on her marriage to Mossimo Giannulli after they both served prison sentences for their participation in the Operation Varsity Blues college admissions scandal; seen in 2008

‘They recently downsized from their spacious home in Bel Air, which overlooked the Bel-Air Country Club, to a smaller home in the guard-gated community of Hidden Hills,’ a source said, while noting the couple still struggles with their privacy post prison. 

‘They had looked at homes earlier this year in Idaho and were prepared to move out of Los Angeles, but eventually decided to stay as their daughters really wanted them close by at the time.’

Lori and Mossimo have two daughters, Bella, 22, and Olivia Jade, 21. 

Tough: In May, Lori and Mossimo agreed to plead guilty to conspiracy charges connected to the Operation Varsity Blues scandal, which revealed more than 50 parents had taken part in buying their children's way into prestigious universities; seen in August 2019

Tough: In May, Lori and Mossimo agreed to plead guilty to conspiracy charges connected to the Operation Varsity Blues scandal, which revealed more than 50 parents had taken part in buying their children’s way into prestigious universities; seen in August 2019

Their interest in moving is only made easier now that ‘both girls have their own places and are trying to lead a normal life with their own friends and business opportunities.’

‘They can start anew and work on their marriage together as the whole college scandal has taken a toll on both of them, as well as their marriage,’ an insider revealed.  

The source noted that it would ‘be a good call for them’ to start a new life somewhere where they can take advantage of the great outdoors. 

‘Lori loves hiking, skiing and the outdoors. Taking long hikes calms her and she looks forward to her hikes daily,’ the source says, adding that her husband ‘also loves the outdoors and especially the snowboarding and skiing that Idaho has to offer.’ 

Family: Lori and Mossimo have two daughters, Bella, 22, and Olivia Jade, 21

Family: Lori and Mossimo have two daughters, Bella, 22, and Olivia Jade, 21

Loughlin, who starred on the popular ’90s ABC sitcom Full House and its reboot decades later, Fuller House, was released from prison in December after serving two months in jail for fraud.  

On Nov. 19, Giannulli, 57, was booked into federal prison in Lompoc, near Santa Barbara, to serve his five-month sentence for two charges and was released on April 2.

In May, Lori and Mossimo agreed to plead guilty to conspiracy charges connected to the Operation Varsity Blues scandal, which revealed more than 50 parents had taken part in buying their children’s way into prestigious universities.

The pair allegedly paid $500,000 to Rick Singer and Key Worldwide Foundation for their daughters to be designated as recruits on the University of Southern California’s rowing team, despite neither child ever practicing the sport.

In the past: The pair allegedly paid $500,000 to Rick Singer and Key Worldwide Foundation for their daughters to be designated as recruits on the University of Southern California's rowing team, despite neither child ever practicing the sport; seen in 2015

In the past: The pair allegedly paid $500,000 to Rick Singer and Key Worldwide Foundation for their daughters to be designated as recruits on the University of Southern California’s rowing team, despite neither child ever practicing the sport; seen in 2015

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