Lori Loughlin Fired from 'Fuller House' Following College Admission Scandal

Richard Shotwell  Invision  AP		Lori Loughlin in 2017

Richard Shotwell Invision AP Lori Loughlin in 2017

The Hallmark Channel has cut ties with actress Lori Loughlin after she was recently arrested in connection with a college admissions bribery scam, Variety reports. She's starred in the continuing drama When Calls the Heart and also appeared in several Garage Sale Mystery movies for Hallmark. However, TMZ, citing a "well-placed production source", reported that Loughlin wouldn't be back with "Fuller House". A writer's room is still working on the final episodes, but Loughin's Aunt Becky character will not be included.

"We are saddened by the recent allegations surround the college admission process" the family-friendly network and greeting card company said on Thursday, adding that they were suspended her from any projects that she is now working on.

Olivia Jade has 1.9 million subscribers on her channel, which focus on makeup, lifestyle and college vlogs.

Just a few weeks before being charged, Huffman had tweeted a "throwback" photo with Macy, calling him her "partner in crime".

Felicity was arrested - reportedly by seven Federal Bureau of Investigation agents with guns drawn - at her Hollywood Hills home in the early hours on March 12. They now do not plan on enrolling at any other college at the time being.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Olivia Jade Giannulli has also lost work due to the scandal.

Giannulli is a social media star with millions of followers and frequently pushes products online.

"I went to a good school", John, who studied English with an emphasis on African-American literature at the University of Pennsylvania, said at the iHeartRadio Awards in Los Angeles last night. "The admissions system rewards people's parents being wealthy and people's parents having gone to a certain school".

The investigation is continuing as authorities believe other parents were involved.

The Emmy-winner allegedly paid $15,000, disguised as a charitable donation, to the Key Worldwide Foundation, so that a third party would correct her daughter's answers on the SAT after she took it. "USC is conducting a case-by-case review for current students and graduates that may be connected to the scheme alleged by the government and will make informed decisions as those reviews are completed".

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