Last month, Lori Loughlin pleaded guilty in the ongoing college admissions scam court case. As part of her plea deal, the Fuller House actress was sentenced to two months in prison for her involvement.
According to Page Six, Loughlin has requested to serve her time at the low-security “Satellite Camp” of the Federal Correctional Institution in Victorville, California. While this request is still pending approval from the federal Bureau of Prisons, it's likely this is where Loughlin will fulfill her sentence.
Unsurprisingly, this prison offers a number of amenities that other correctional institutions do not. The facility's website details the fitness and creative classes offered to their inmates, including yoga, pilates and origami. Music lessons for a number of different instruments, such as saxophone, accordion and ukulele, are also offered.
The Federal Correctional Institution helps inmates develop skills for potential career paths once they are released, as welll. They have the opportunity to learn how to operate fork lifts, repair bicycles and can even learn how to be a dental assistant. “Recreation programs are to provide gainful use of free time and to fulfill specific inmate’s needs,” their handbook explains.
Loughlin was ordered to report for her sentence by November 19. It's possible she may opt to turn herself in before then, however, she has not publicly revealed her plans. Her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, must turn himself by the same date. He will serve five months in prison for his involvement in the bribery scandal.