Lori loughlin and Felicity Huffman appeared in federal court in Boston yesterday, along with about a dozen other wealthy parents caught up in "Operation Varsity Blues". Among them was Lori's husband Mossimo Giannulli.
Neither Lori nor Felicity offered a plea. Lori and her husband agreed to surrender their passports, which Felicity already did when she was arrested last month.
They're facing five years behind bars . . . which, let's face it, probably won't happen. But sources say that prosecutors want them to spend SOME time in jail, even if they make a deal.
Meanwhile, a couple girls outside the courthouse brought homemade Aunt Becky masks in support of Lori . . . even though they both agreed that what she did was wrong.
One of them said, quote, "Everyone is acting so surprised. I don't know why. I mean, rich people do corrupt things."