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On Second Thought: What Lori Loughlin Regrets About Her Grand Court Entrance

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On Second Thought: What Lori Loughlin Regrets About Her Grand Court Entrance

On Second Thought: What Lori Loughlin Regrets About Her Grand Court Entrance

Lori Loughlin and her husband, fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli, are awaiting the trial which will determine whether or not the couple will spend the better part of the rest of their lives behind bars.

According to Uproxx, the latest development concerns Loughlin’s now infamous tan-pantsuit court appearance.

The former Full House actress showed up at a Boston courthouse looking polished, dressed to the nines, and smiling at fans.

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On Second Thought: What Lori Loughlin Regrets About Her Grand Court Entrance

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