Officials say the actresses were involved in the biggest ever bribery case of state college bribery prosecuted by the Ministry of Justice.

Lori Loughlin was ousted by Hallmark's parent company Crown Media after being charged with conspiracy for mail fraud in connection with a full-scale college admissions procedure.

On Wednesday, Loughlin appeared in court and was released on bail of $ 1 million. She and her husband, designer Mossimo Giannulli, have allegedly agreed to pay $ 500,000 to guarantee their two daughters, Olivia Jade and Isabella Rose, as members of the crew team at the University of Southern California, though neither Athletes was. By Thursday, the scandal had affected Loughlin's career, and Crown Media announced that it had broken ties with the "full house" star, which had long been a fixture in its networks.

Lori Loughlin's involvement in the alleged bribe scandal for college admissions begins to influence her career. (Photo: RICH FURY, Invision via AP)

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"We are saddened by the recent news regarding the allegations of college admissions, we are no longer working with Lori Loughlin and have stopped developing any productions that are transmitted through the channels of the Crown Media Family Network including Lori Loughlin, including Garage Sale Mysteries, an independent third-party production, "said Crown Media Family Networks in a statement sent to USA TODAY.

54-year-old Loughlin played Abigail Stanton in the Hallmark Channel's "When Calls the Heart" drama, with 2.5 million viewers attending the February premiere of the February series, which finished Sunday's second place behind "The Walking." Dead "reached dramas.

Despite the success of the show, Hallmark said she would not air the "When Calls the Heart" Sunday during the scandal, leaving the rest of the season in the air.

"We evaluate all the creative options associated with the series" When Calls the Heart, "the network told USA TODAY in a statement.

The drama series films in Canada, where a judge has allowed Loughlin to perform Work until she gives up her passport in December unless ordered further by the court.


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Recently, Loughlin was in the midst of producing the latest chapter in "Garage Sale Mysteries," a movie franchise about Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, which the company also dropped on Thursday.

Her other projects for Hallmark included "Every Christmas Has a Story" in 2016 and "Homegrown Christmas", the most watched non-sports cable program of the week in which it aired in 2018.

Loughlin also appeared on Netflix's "Full House" powerboat Fuller House, recently renewed for a fifth and final season. The streaming service declined to comment on Loughlin's status in the series, but noted that production had not started for the previous season.

Loughlin's daughter Olivia Jade had a similar strike last Thursday when Sephora announced that she was no longer working with the social media influencer.

Olivia Jade had a long-standing Instagram partnership with the cosmetics powerhouse and in December launched the $ 28 Olivia Jade Sephora Bronze & Illuminate range with the Sephora Collection. However, Thursday, a representative of retailer Emily Shapiro, made a statement from the company to TODAY USA, which said the collaboration was over.


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"After careful consideration of recent developments, we have decided to terminate the Sephora Collection partnership with Olivia Jade with immediate effect," the statement said.

Desperate Housewives actress Felicity Huffman was also charged in connection with the massive $ 25 million system in which affluent parents bribed college coaches and insiders at college test centers to turn their children into elites To bring schools of the country

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