In one of the clips, a heckler yelled, "Pay for my tuition, Lori!"
Lori Loughlin was cheered on by screaming girls when she appeared at federal court in Boston today.
The "Fuller House" star, along with her fashion designer husband Mossimo Giannulli, are accused of paying $500,000 to have their daughters Olivia Jade and Isabella Rose admitted to USC as members of the crew team, even though neither of them competitively rowed before.
While walking up to the courthouse, multiple young women, some even with signs, screamed hysterically at Loughlin. In response, the actress smiled and waved at the girls. We're not sure what the former Hallmark star thought, but not all of the people seemed to be fangirling and looked more as if they were poking fun at Loughlin and the whole scandal.
In fact, two young girls held up signs that read, "Lori please pay my tuition...after you get out of prison." A Boston reporter quoted the ladies in a tweet: "It's a joke...but we mean it."
Some of the people outside the courthouse could be heard yelling at Loughlin to chip in some change for their college costs. "Pay for my tuition, Lori!" many screamed.
See it for yourself in the tweets below.
"Pay for my tuition, Lori!"— ABC News (@ABC) April 3, 2019
Lori Loughlin and husband Mossimo Giannulli arrive at a courthouse in Boston to face charges for alleged role in a college bribery scandal. Some onlookers cheered as she walked out. https://t.co/kwSXHydcsU pic.twitter.com/gPXvNBW3Vl
15 of the accused were summoned to Massachusetts on Wednesday, the state where prosecutors filed the criminal case.
"Desperate Housewives" star meanwhile is accused of paying $15,000 to have a proctor accomplice correct her daughter Sofia Grace's SAT scores before submitting them.
Though her husband William H. Macy was allegedly aware of the scam, he has not been charged.
Both actresses were arrested in March and face felony charges of conspiracy to commit mail fraud and honest services mail fraud; they both could be sent to prison.
They appeared briefly in federal court in Los Angeles last month; Huffman was released on $250,000 bail, while Loughlin was released on a $1 million bond.
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