Lori Loughlin has received clearance from a judge to travel to Canada to shoot a film there, but officials in the country could still block her entrance.
Loughlin, 58, has received an offer to appear in a film that is shooting in Canada, TMZ reported after reviewing court docs in the case.
The Queens, New York-born actress told the court that the project would be filmed in a timeframe between the middle of September and early October.
The latest: Lori Loughlin, 58, has received clearance from a judge to travel to Canada to shoot a film there, but officials in the country could still block her entrance. She was snapped in LA this past June
A judge approved of Loughlin’s travel request, but she still requires authorization from Canadian officials, which could be challenging after she pleaded guilty to a felony in May of 2020 in connection with the college admissions scandal. She remains on probation in the incident.
The Canadian government has past denied entry to celebs with criminal records including Chris Brown and The Game.
According to US Weekly, Loughlin will have to apply for a Canadian Temporary Resident Permit for permission to work there.
The Full House star and her husband, fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli, 59, were indicted in 2019 in connection with allegations they paid admissions fixer Rick Singer $500,000 to arrange for the University of Southern California to recruit their daughters Isabella Rose, 23, and Olivia Jade, 22, onto the school’s rowing team, despite that they had no background in the sport.
The Queens, New York-born actress told the court that the project would be filmed in a timeframe between the middle of September and early October
The Full House star and her husband, fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli, 59, were seen in Boston in 2019 amid court proceedings in the college admissions scandal
In May of 2020, the celeb couple pleaded guilty in connection with conspiracy charges in the case. Loughlin received a two-month jail sentence along with a fine of $150,000 and 150 hours of community service following the guilty plea. She began her sentence at a federal prison in Dublin, California in October of 2020 and was released that December.
Giannulli received a five-month sentence with a fine of $250,000 and 250 hours of community service. He began his prison sentence in November of 2020 and was transferred to home confinement in April of 2021, about a month before his sentence ended.
Professionally, Loughlin’s legal troubles kept her sidelined from Fuller House’s fifth season and her return to the small screen came late last year appearing on a two-part Christmas special for Hallmark titled When Hope Calls.
Loughlin earlier this summer appeared on her first red carpet in the wake of the scandal, as in June she was at RJ’s Place for the DesignCare 2022 Gala in Los Angeles.
The event benefitted the HollyRod Foundation, which is actress Holly Robinson Peete and husband Rodney Peete’s nonprofit organization aimed at helping families impacted by a loved one’s diagnosis of autism or Parkinson’s Disease.
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