The actress and her husband, designer Mossimo Giannulli, are accused of paying $500,000 to a school admissions advisor to get their two daughters into the College of Southern California as crew recruits.
The 2 have pleaded not guilty to federal charges, and Loughlin isn’t anticipated to take part within the fifth and closing season of “Fuller Home.”
Nevertheless, Stamos instructed Entertainment Tonight that he’s nonetheless attempting to determine how her absence might be addressed.
“I haven’t been on the present but and it hasn’t come up, so I’m going to speak to some individuals about it this week and see what’s happening,” he stated. “I’m simply going to attend slightly longer earlier than I discuss it. It’s a tough state of affairs for everybody concerned. I don’t imply simply on our aspect.”
No launch date for the present’s closing season has been introduced, however Stamos stated it is going to be break up into two components with 9 episodes every.
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