Lori Loughlin celebrates her 56th birthday, this Tuesday, July 28, 2020. But the time is not at all to party in the life of the American actress, known in particular for her role in the series La Fête à la maison. Indeed, in a few weeks, she and her husband should be condemned by American justice for fraud after having falsified school records in order to allow their daughters to access prestigious universities. While waiting for this trial, Lori Loughlin and her husband, Mossimo Giannuli, who have pleaded guilty, are free to wait after paying their deposits.
Aged 57, Mossimo Giannuli is a famous American designer who founded, in the mid-1980s, a clothing brand called Mossimo. Born in 1963 in Los Angeles to parents of Italian origin, he made a fortune with his brand in the 1990s, before selling it in 2006. Married to Lori Loughlin since 1997, the stylist is the father of two daughters of the actress: Isabella born in 1998 and Olivia born in 1999. In the early 2000s, the little family moved into a sumptuous home in the chic Bel-Air district of Los Angeles.
Mossimo and Lori sold their house to pay their lawsuit
On July 15, the couple, who needed money to pay their deposits and the upcoming lawsuit, managed to sell the house for $ 18 million to the co-founder of the famous Tinder app. Three years earlier, Lori Loughlin and her husband were asking $ 35 million for this house, which includes a golf course. According to the latest information, on August 21, the American actress should be sentenced to two months in prison and a $ 150,000 fine, while Mossimo Giannuli should serve five months in prison and pay ‘a fine of $ 250,000.
Lori Loughlin and her husband Massimo Giannulli are shopping in Aspen, December 26, 2013 © FAMEFLYNET / BESTIMAGE