Lori Loughlin “Ignorance” May Help Get Not Guilty Plea

Lori Loughlin "Ignorance" May Help Get Not Guilty Plea

Former Hallmark star Lori Loughlin ignorance may score her a NOT Guilty plea.

By now everyone is over Lori Loughlin and her daughter’s Olivia Jade and Isabella who weren’t smart enough to get themselves in college so mommy bribed their way in. Now it looks like their mom, Lori Loughlin good old-fashioned ignorance might get her a not guilty plea. Read on for more on Lori Loughlin “Ignorance” may help get not guilty plea

Lori Loughlin "Ignorance" May Help Get Not Guilty Plea

CelebNMusic247.com reports that Lori Loughlin may have gotten an assist in her defense since a new ad for the USC women’s crew team popped up on campus over the weekend.

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We find this a bit coincidental, because why now, and why does it say “no experience” needed to be on the crew team.

If that is the case then why did Lori Loughlin spend $500k to bribe the rowing coach to help collaborate the lies to get her daughters in USC.

TMZ reports:

It turns out, the poster is real because we’ve been educated on how USC women’s rowing teams work when it comes to recruiting walk-ons and the like.

A USC alum who was actually a coxswain at the university tells us women’s rowing teams often recruit potential teammates who have zero experience in the sport — which is kinda what Olivia Jade and Isabella were coming to the table with.

Typically, the way it works is that you already have to be a student to qualify for the team … it’s not for some random people on the street who want in at USC.

As for Lori Loughlin case:

In Lori’s case, prosecutors have to prove criminal intent to seal a conviction. Sources connected with Lori’s defense claim Lori didn’t know the $500k payoff was shady, even if the plan was to pretend her daughters were crew-team ready. The poster would seem to help Lori and her husband, both of whom are charged with multiple felonies because crew experience doesn’t seem to be essential.

Prosecutors are trying to squeeze Lori and her husband to cop a plea, but their lawyers believe they could still get a not guilty verdict if push comes to shove.

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