The “Fuller House” actress, who after spending two months in prison in 2020 accused her husband Mossimo Giannulli of paying $500,000 to enroll their daughters Bella and Olivia Jade at the University of Southern California, filed a memo in which he asked permission to leave the United States for filming work. A day later, District Judge Nathaniel M. Gorton accepted his motion.
According to documents obtained by Entertainment Tonight, the District of Massachusetts supported the application and should Lori accept the job, she will work on the unnamed project for a week in September or October. Although the judge granted the request, the Canadian government would have a final decision on whether the 58-year-old actress – who is also a probationer – be sentenced to two years’ probation, 100 hours of community service and a fine of $150,000. Whether the role in the scandal has been allowed to cross the US border.
In March 2021, insiders said that Lori is “excited to get back to work” after being released from prison. A source said at the time: “Lori has been given many opportunities to explain what she’s going through, but she can’t seem to find the right words. She’s afraid people won’t get over what she says. Right now she just wants to move on and focus on the positive.”
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