Lori Loughlin appeared in a star-studded video congratulating a high school student on her graduation, months after serving time in prison for her role in the college admissions scandal.
‘Congratulations on your big day!’ Lori, 56, tells graduate Faith Isabelle in the Tik Tok video.
Lori was just one of numerous big names congratulating Faith on her milestone achievement, including her Full House co-star Bob Saget.
‘Congratulations on your big day!’ Lori Loughlin appeared in a star-studded video congratulating a high school student in her graduation
‘Faith, it’s Bob Saget here, wishing you a lot of love and congratulations graduating from high school!’ Bob tells the camera.
Randall Park, Mark Wahlberg, Gatten Matarazzo, Kat Dennings, Drake Bell, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, J.K. Simmons, and Jonathan Groff were among the many celebrities sending their well wishes to the graduate.
In a Tik Tok video, Faith’s dad described how the star-studded video came to be.
‘So what I did is I made a list of all the actors that Faith grew up watching and I emailed them on Thursdays. I think that was what my trick is, is emailing people on Thursdays,’ Faith’s dad explained.
Scandal: The video comes after Loughlin spent two months in prison for her role in the college admissions scandal
Controversy: The actress bribed her daughters’ way into the University of Southern California
‘That’s when you get response from people. Then I did a follow up email on Fridays. And you’re good to go!’
Faith explained her father got contact information from LinkedIn.
‘Of course there were celebrities who just didn’t respond in general, but there were also celebrities who didn’t send in a video but they sent something else.’
Congrats grad! Bob Saget gave Faith Isabelle a shout-out
Co-stars! Saget starred opposite Loughlin in both Full House and Fuller House
It emerged in 2019 that Lori and her husband Mossimo Giannulli bribed their daughters Olivia and Isabella’s way into University Of Southern California.
Lori and her fashion designer husband paid $500,000 to falsely pass the girls off as potential college rowers on USC’s team.
Although they initially claimed to be innocent Mossimo pled guilty last May to conspiracy to commit wire and mail fraud and honest services and mail fraud, while Lori pled guilty to conspiracy to commit wire and mail fraud.
Star-packed! Mark Wahlberg and Randall Park were among the big names congratulating Faith
Special shout-out! Kat Dennings sent her well-wishes to the graduate
Lori subsequently spent two months in federal prison at CI Dublin in California before being released in December just before New Year’s.
Meanwhile Mossimo had to spend five months in prison for his role in the bribery scheme and was ultimately released in early April.
A judge has since granted the couple permission to travel to Los Cabos for a summer vacation in June.
Big names! Jeffrey Dean Morgan and J.K. Simmons also appeared in the celeb-packed video
Because Lori and Mossimo are both under supervised release after emerging from prison over their part in the scandal, they had to ask permission to travel.
Late in May a judge officially decreed that they could holiday to San Jose Del Cabo from June 16 to June 21 with their family, TMZ reported.
Part of Lori’s argument for being permitted to travel was that she has done her required community service and forked over the $150,000 fine she owed.
That’s cool! Stranger Things actor Gatten Matarazzo gave Faith a shout-out
Nickelodeon icon! Drake Bell was among the many stars sending Faith their well-wishes
Mossimo meanwhile argued that his community service was in progress and that his $250,000 fine had also been paid.
Lori succeeded this February in getting her passport returned – having had to surrender it in 2019 amid her legal troubles.
She spent two months in federal prison at CI Dublin in California before being released in December just before New Year’s.
Congrats! Faith Isabelle is the young woman graduating from high school
Scandal: It emerged in 2019 that Lori and her husband Mossimo Giannulli bribed their daughters Olivia and Isabella’s way into University Of Southern California (pictured 2019)