The accused college admission cheater Lori Loughlin had never wanted the kids to "pay the price" for any of her bad career opportunities, she explained in an ironic interview in 2014 – where she promotes morality.
"For me personally, I was always very thoughtful about projects that I chose for myself," she told the Christian television network, according to USA Today. "When I had children … I've always thought I won't do anything that one day can carry his ugly head and my kids have to pay the price for it." and celebrities accused of scamming their children's ways to elite universities as part of a multi-state college admissions scam.
Loughlin and her fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli allegedly paid $ 500,000 to get their daughters admitted to the University of Southern California as rowing recruits ̵
Olivia Jade Giannulli, 19, and Isabella Rose Giannulli, 20, have apparently not seen on campus since their mother's March 13 arrest, and YouTube cradle Olivia is now accusing his parents of "ruining his career."
In interview, Loughlin continued on "Full House" which promotes "morals" and is a "good person" ".
"Morals are right, there is a message to – in every episode you know how o be a good person, how to be a better person, right from wrong," she told CBN. "It's a good message."
She even touched the school's importance.
"Now I started modeling. And my father said two things: You need to keep your grades up in school. And if I see any change in your attitude that I pull you out of," Loughlin said. "And I thank them for that."