JUDGE OK’S LORI LOUGHLIN, HUSBAND’S MEXICAN VACATION REQUEST

Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli are saying adios to America… for a week at least.

A federal judge has signed off on the couple’s request to head South of the Border for a week-long family getaway, TMZ reported on May 20.

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Last week, reports said Lori and her fashion designer husband filed paperwork asking a judge to approve their planned travel to San Jose del Cabo, Mexico. Seeing that they’re both on supervised release, they must get permission from a judge in order to leave the country.

The couple argued that they’re doing everything asked of them since their prison releases. Lori said she’s paid her $150,000 fine and has completed her community service requirements. Mossimo said he’s paid his $250,000 fine and is well on schedule to complete his community service. Plus, the couple’s probation officers were okay with the trip.

Lori and Mossismo both recently served time in prison for their roles in a college admissions scandal — she was released from prison on December 28, 2020, after a two-month sentence; he was released from prison in early April after spending nearly five months behind bars.

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The Mexican vacation comes as the embattled couple is reportedly eyeing a more permanent change of scenery. In April, a report claimed that Lori and Mossimo were looking to buy a home in Idaho to get away from the hectic Los Angeles lifestyle. The move would also help them “work on their marriage,” a source told Us Weekly.

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