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Lori Loughlin and her husband enjoyed a ‘secret trip to an exclusive golf resort’ after stints in prison

Lori Loughlin and her fashion designer husband Mossimo Gianulli spent a weekend at a luxury golf resort after stints in jail for their role in a college admissions scandal

  • Loughlin and Giannulli enjoyed a trip to a luxury golf resort, it has been claimed
  • The actress was released from prison late last year, while her fashion designer husband was released on April 3.
  • They admitted to paying $500,000 to get their two daughters into the University of Southern California
  • The couple reportedly spent a weekend at the upscale resort late last month










Actress Lori Loughlin and her husband Mossimo Giannulli have enjoyed a secret trip to an exclusive golf resort after their time in prison for their roles in the college admissions scandal.

The couple checked into the upscale Madison Club in La Quinta this weekend before heading back to Los Angeles

The resort is popular with celebrities and has a fitness center, spa, and movie theater, with membership costing up to $2,000 per month.

Actress Lori Loughlin and husband Mossimo Giannulli reportedly enjoyed a secret trip to an exclusive golf resort after their time in prison. The couple are pictured in a file image above

The couple enjoyed some time off at the Madison Club in La Quinta, pictured above, late last month after their time behind bars, it has been claimed.

The couple enjoyed some time off at the Madison Club in La Quinta, pictured above, late last month after their time behind bars, it has been claimed.

“They arrived together on the afternoon of Friday April 23 and kept a very low profile,” the source told The Sun.

“It was the perfect upmarket place for them to reconnect after such a long separation and Mossimo was released from home isolation.

“The Madison Club is one of the most exclusive country clubs in the world and it’s a place where they clearly knew they wouldn’t be photographed.”

The couple pleaded guilty last year to paying half a million dollars to get their two daughters into the University of Southern California.

Former ‘Full House’ star Loughlin was released from a prison in Dublin, Calif., in December after spending two months behind bars.

She reportedly had a “tears” reunion with her daughters Olivia Jade, 21, and Bella Rose, 22, when she finally returned to their Malibu mansion.

Fashion designer Giannulli, 57, was released on April 3. He was due to finish his sentence on April 17, but was released from prison early to serve the end of his sentence at home.

Loughlin was released from federal custody at CI Dublin in California on December 28, where she served her full two-month prison sentence.

Loughlin was released from federal custody at CI Dublin in California on December 28, where she served her full two-month prison sentence.

Lori Loughlin pictured with her daughters, Olivia Jade Giannulli and Isabella Rose Giannulli in 2018

Lori Loughlin pictured with her daughters, Olivia Jade Giannulli and Isabella Rose Giannulli in 2018

Fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli has been released from a California prison and is on house arrest after being jailed for his role in a college admissions bribery scheme.  Pictured August 26, 2019

Fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli was released from a California prison in April and is on house arrest after being jailed for his role in a college admissions bribery scheme. Pictured August 26, 2019

Loughlin and Giannulli were jailed for two months and five months respectively for their role in a college admissions bribery scheme.

They were among the most high-profile parents charged in connection with the scheme, which authorities say involved large bribes to get undeserving teenagers into schools with rigged test scores or fake credentials. sports.

They initially pleaded not guilty, saying they believed they were making a legitimate contribution to USC with their $500,000 payment to Singer.

Facing 40 years behind bars each, they then reversed course and reached a plea deal with prosecutors.