Lori Loughlin discussed her emotions about the college admissions scandal in her debut televised appearance since being sentenced to jail for paying $500,000 in bribes to get her two children into Southern California University.
Time For Lori Loughlin To Open Up
Lori Loughlin participated in a KTLA-5 TV program for Project Angel Food over the weekend. Project Angel Food is an LA-based charity that provides hot, nutritious meals to the city’s most fortunate. Since she was released from jail in 2020, the former “Full House” actress has been helping out with Project Angel Food.
During the “Lead With Love 3” broadcast, Lori Loughlin noted, that’s what Project Angel Food was all about. Working with folks who have reached a downfall in their lives.
“When I was at my lowest and most broken, they accepted me with open arms. That’s what they did for me, and it’s how I feel most at home here. I’m honored to be a part of this team since they really care about making a difference. Human nourishment is just part of the picture. At its heart, it’s about caring for and serving others.”
Loughlin had her first interview on TV after her conviction on “Lead With Love,” although this does not qualify as her first TV appearance. The actress returned to her role as Abigail Stanton last year in the When Hope Calls offshoot of the hit Hallmark series “When Calls the Heart.” After two years of silence after her incarceration, Loughlin has returned to television.