Netflix Fired Lori Loughlin From ‘Fuller House’
As expected, Netflix is saying bye-bye to Aunt Becky.
As TMZ reports, the streaming service booted actress Lori Loughlin from her role in Fuller House in the wake of this week’s college admissions scandal. Apparently, she’s been written off of the fifth season, according to “a well-placed production source.”
Lori was also axed from her longtime role as the face of the Hallmark Channel. She was supposed to be in Hallmark’s When Calls the Heart this weekend, but the segment will no longer run, the network said in a statement.
Lori is free on $1 million bail on charges she was one of dozens of well-heeled people — including actress Felicity Huffman — who paid bribes to get their kids into top universities, Page Six reports.
Additionally, her daughter Olivia Jade Giannulli, has been dropped by hair care brand TRESemme, for which she’d shared sponsored content with her millions of followers. Olivia was also dropped by Sephora, which created a limited-edition bronzing and highlighting palette in her name.