Lori Loughlin now faces up to 20 years in prison after being indicted on money laundering, fraud charges

Lori Loughlin may reportedly be relying on yoga and her faith to help her cope with being charged in the nationwide college admissions scandal, but neither will help the Hollywood star avoid the strong possibility that she could be going to prison — for up to 20 years.

The U.S. Attorney’s Office in Massachusetts announced Tuesday that the “Full House” actress, husband Mossimo Giannuli and 14 other parents, including six from the Bay Area, were indicted with conspiracy to commit fraud and money laundering. The indictments came from a federal grand jury that convened to consider additional charges against wealthy parents who already had been charged in the wide-ranging conspiracy investigation but who apparently delayed or refused to strike cooperation deals with prosecutors.

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