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Lori Loughlin Could Be Sued By USC

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Lori Loughlin Could Be Sued By USC

Lori Loughlin Could Be Sued By USC

Aunt Becky is now facing the prospect of being sued by the University of Southern California, the same school that their daughters attended before having to leave due to the college admissions scandal.

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