Lori Loughlin’s relationship with husband Mossimo Giannulli is on the rocks, according to a report published Wednesday.
The couple recently agreed to bring a private plane to their court case in Boston last week for a hearing in the university admission scandal, US Weekly reported.
“The couple was advised by their lawyers not to do this,” a source told the magazine, adding that the “Fuller House” star agreed – “but Mossimo insisted [taking a private jet] and said that it would be a “like” if it flew commercially. “
Loughlin, 55, and Giannulli, 56, have argued not to be guilty of money laundering and conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud after allegedly paying $ 500,000 to admission consultant Rick Singer for their daughters Olivia Jade, now 19, and Isabella, 20 , Incorrectly Submit Rowing Recruits at the University of Southern California.
Reportedly, the actress was angry that her fashion designer had recommended hubby to reject a plea from prosecutors in April.
“Lori was inclined to take the deal, but Mossimo said it would ruin their career,” one source said.
A source familiar with the case recently said that Loughlin and Giannulli are not pleading guilty before they fully understood the seriousness of the charges – and now realize that it would have been better to make a plea.
Now friends told US Weekly that they think Loughlin should cut her husband loose.
“Her friends think she should leave him,” a source told the outlet. “But Lori refuses and says that the trial has made them stronger.”
“Their daughter Bella is very concerned that they will get a divorce,” said another source.
The couple are behind bars for up to 40 years if convicted.