Lori Loughlin was excited to travel to Mexico this week after a judge allowed her to take the trip – Daily Mail

Lori Loughlin was ‘excited’ to travel to Mexico with husband Mossimo Giannulli… after a judge allowed the couple to take the trip following Varsity Blues scandal

After a judge recently ruled that she was allowed to travel to Mexico this month, embattled actress Lori Loughlin was said to be ‘excited’ to finally be taking the trip.

According to People, a source close to Lori, 56, and her husband Mossimo Giannulli said ‘they were excited about the trip,’ which occurred earlier this week.

The source noted that the couple ‘flew to Cabo [San Lucas] with friends’ and that ‘it [was] their first trip in a long time.’

After a judge recently ruled that they were allowed to travel to Mexico this month: Lori Loughlin and her husband Mossimo Giannulli were said to be 'excited' to finally be taking the trip; seen here in 2009

After a judge recently ruled that they were allowed to travel to Mexico this month: Lori Loughlin and her husband Mossimo Giannulli were said to be 'excited' to finally be taking the trip; seen here in 2009

After a judge recently ruled that they were allowed to travel to Mexico this month: Lori Loughlin and her husband Mossimo Giannulli were said to be ‘excited’ to finally be taking the trip; seen here in 2009

The Full House actress, who has become infamous for her role in the college admissions scandal, was previously unable to travel due to her prison sentence and ensuing community service commitments stemming from her involvement in the 2019 case.  

Earlier this month, Loughlin and her husband Mossimo, 58, were granted permission by a judge to travel to Los Cabos for a summer vacation in June.  

Because Lori and Mossimo are both under supervised release after emerging from prison over their part in the scandal, they had to ask permission to travel.

Legs for days: The 56-year-old Full House actress, who has become infamous for her role in the college admissions scandal, was seen out in Los Angeles earlier this month

Legs for days: The 56-year-old Full House actress, who has become infamous for her role in the college admissions scandal, was seen out in Los Angeles earlier this month

Legs for days: The 56-year-old Full House actress, who has become infamous for her role in the college admissions scandal, was seen out in Los Angeles earlier this month

Late in May, a judge officially decreed that they could holiday to San Jose Del Cabo from June 16 to June 21 with their family, TMZ reported.

Part of Lori’s argument for being permitted to travel was that she has done her required community service and forked over the $150,000 fine she owed.

Meanwhile, Mossimo argued that his community service was in progress and that his $250,000 fine had also been paid. 

Lori succeeded this February in getting her passport returned – after having had to surrender it in 2019 amid her legal troubles.

She spent two months in federal prison at CI Dublin in California before being released in December just before New Year’s.

Meanwhile Mossimo had to spend five months in prison for his role in the bribery scheme and was ultimately released in early April.

Part of Lori's argument for being permitted to travel was that she has done her required community service and forked over the $150,000 fine she owed, as well as completed her two-month prison sentence; seen here leaving the federal courthouse in Boston in April 2019

Part of Lori's argument for being permitted to travel was that she has done her required community service and forked over the $150,000 fine she owed, as well as completed her two-month prison sentence; seen here leaving the federal courthouse in Boston in April 2019

Part of Lori’s argument for being permitted to travel was that she has done her required community service and forked over the $150,000 fine she owed, as well as completed her two-month prison sentence; seen here leaving the federal courthouse in Boston in April 2019

It emerged in 2019 that Lori and Mossimo bribed their daughters Olivia and Isabella’s way into University Of Southern California.

Lori and her fashion designer husband paid $500,000 to falsely pass the girls off as potential college rowers on USC’s rowing team.

Although they initially claimed to be innocent, Mossimo pled guilty last May to conspiracy to commit wire and mail fraud and honest services and mail fraud, while Lori pled guilty to conspiracy to commit wire and mail fraud.

Trio: It emerged in 2019 that Lori and Mossimo bribed their daughters Olivia and Isabella's way into University Of Southern California; Lori is pictured with her daughters in 2018

Trio: It emerged in 2019 that Lori and Mossimo bribed their daughters Olivia and Isabella's way into University Of Southern California; Lori is pictured with her daughters in 2018

Trio: It emerged in 2019 that Lori and Mossimo bribed their daughters Olivia and Isabella’s way into University Of Southern California; Lori is pictured with her daughters in 2018

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