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The judge must approve their request for a waiver to appear.

Loughlin and Giannull allegedly paid $500,000 to have their two daughters categorized as recruits to the USC crew team even though neither participated in the sport.

Loughlin and Giannulli are now facing charges of conspiracy to commit fraud and conspiracy to commit money laundering.

Thirty-three wealthy parents were charged in what authorities have called the biggest college admissions case ever prosecuted by the Justice Department. Giannulli allegedly wrote to Singer.

And things got worse for the mother-of-two on Tuesday, after Loughlin and her husband we named among 14 other parents who were indicted on an additional charge of money laundering conspiracy.

Federal agents obtained emails from Loughlin and a recorded conversation in which Loughlin and Giannulli implicated themselves in the scam, according to the documents. So that is something that has understandably made her less likely to enter a plea, ' the unnamed person told People.

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According to the police statement , he was stopped by airport workers after his dramatic escape bid and was taken into custody. The man then "randomly touched the faces of other passengers" and sprayed an unknown substance from a spray bottle on them.

Several other indicted parents have also entered not guilty pleas, while fellow actor Felicity Huffman, who starred in ABC's Desperate Housewives and 12 other parents have agreed to plead guilty.

The source goes on to emphasize that Lori didn't understand how serious her actions were.

"They chose to roll the dice", the legal source told PEOPLE last week about their decision to reject the plea deal, "and it may have been a bad gamble".

Prosecutors have said they will seek a prison sentence on the low end of four to 10 months for Huffman, who was charged with paying $15,000 to boost her daughter's SAT score.

"I am ashamed of the pain I have caused my daughter, my family, my friends, my colleagues and the educational community. I want to apologize to them and, especially, I want to apologize to the students who work hard every day to get into college, and to their parents who make tremendous sacrifices to support their children and do so honestly", Huffman said in a statement.

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