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Unibrough scandal costs Lori Loughlin TV roles

American-born actress Lori Loughlin (54, "Full House"), who has been involved in a cutlery scandal, has lost her role in productions on the American television channel Hallmark Channel. "We're no longer working with Lori Loughlin," the company said in a statement published yesterday by People.com.

All the projects with the actress, including "Garage Sale Mysteries", had ended. She also played in the series "When Calls the Heart."

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The background is a scam scandal involving illegally accessing elite universities for the infatuated celebrities. Loughlin returned to Los Angeles after filming in Vancouver, Canada, where she was arrested on Wednesday.

At the moment she was released for payment of one million bail. Her husband, fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli, was also accused in the scandal. The couple are said to have paid $ 500,000 (€ 442,673.75) to accommodate their two daughters who claimed rowwomen over the sports team at the prestigious USC University in California.

Among the 50 or so accused is actress Felicity Huffman (56), known from the television series "Desperate Housewives". She is said to have paid $ 1

5,000 in bribes to ensure that the results of her oldest daughter are honored in an admission test.

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