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Where Lori Loughlin And Husband's Huge Fortune Really Came From

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Published on Mar 22, 2019

Full House and Fuller House star Lori Loughlin and her husband, designer Mossimo Giannulli, made headlines when they were charged in the largest college admissions scam ever prosecuted by the U.S. Department of Justice, which is known as Operation Varsity Blues. The celebrity couple was accused of shelling out half a million to help their daughters make the cut. Let's take a closer look at their real net worth — and how much they stand to lose.

Lori Loughlin wasn't even supposed to be a regular on Full House, where she starred alongside the Olsen twins as Uncle Jesse's lady love. The starlet was originally contracted to only six episodes, but Aunt Becky soon became a fan favorite and producers loved the way she interacted with the Tanner girls. They ended up giving her a supporting role, where she became a mainstay and finished out the series in 1995.

Loughlin's first big break was a Tab Cola commercial, and by the time she landed her role in Full House, she was already working in TV. The series helped make her a household name, and she's since landed some big roles, from the 90210 reboot, to some G-rated basic cable cult hits. All this hard work helped her amass a pretty impressive $20 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.

Watch the video for more about Where Lori Loughlin And Husband's Huge Fortune Really Came From!

#LoriLoughlin #FullHouse #OperationVarsityBlues

Full House, Full Wallet | 0:23
College dropout turned millionaire | 1:02
Flipping out | 1:59
A decent Netflix paycheck | 2:39
Not rolling in residuals | 3:23
A home on Hallmark | 4:07
She's fired | 4:59
Giannulli's downfall | 5:48
Off-Target | 6:23
Cashing out | 7:14
They're being sued | 8:11

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