Dave Coulier revealed that Lori Loughlin not the person he had envisioned behind bars.
In an interview with E! News, Coulier said, “if you said at the beginning Happy homethe last person to go to jail, Lori is the last on the list. “
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Of course, Loughlin was jailed for two months in 2020 for Controversial college admissions scandal.
Coulier insists that Loughlin is still one of his closest friends, and that despite her involvement in the scam, she is still a “wonderful human being”.
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“Lori is my best girlfriend in life,” he explains. “We made each other laugh, we got through the hard times and the good times.”
He also hinted that there were parts of the scandal that were omitted from the headlines.
“There are so many untold stories below that I don’t think many people know,” he said. “We all make mistakes.”
After his conviction, Loughlin told the court in August 2020, telling the judge, “I made a bad decision.”
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“I planned to give my daughters an unfair advantage in the college admissions process. In doing so, I ignored my intuition and allowed myself to be swayed from the compass. his morality.”
Coulier also talked about the recent departure of his former co-star Bob sagetand how bittersweet it feels to be reunited with Happy home cast at the deceased actor’s funeral.
He shared: “Although it is very sad, it is also very happy to be able to connect the dots through the years and not miss a beat like friendship and love for each other.”
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Coulier is starring in a new comedy series called Live + Localtalking about workers at a local Christian radio station.
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