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Lori Loughlin May Use ‘Parenting on Steroids’ as Defense in Bribery Scandal & We’re Confused


Lori Loughlin May Use ‘Parenting on Steroids’ as Defense in Bribery Scandal & We’re Confused
by Madison Medeiros, sheknow.com

The infamous college admissions scandal, in which high-profile parents collectively paid millions of dollars to get their kids into top-tier universities, has just taken another dramatic turn. Lori Loughlin and husband J. Mossimo Giannulli may use “parenting on steroids” as a defense in court.

The couple, who pleaded not guilty to charges connected to their involvement in the massive college admissions scandal, otherwise known as “Operation Varsity Blues,” have repeatedly denied wrongdoing…more

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