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Lori Loughlin Has Been Released On Bail In Celebrity College Scandal

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‘Fuller House’ Star Lori Loughlin appeared in court and was granted permission to travel to British Columbia for a film project after she was arrested in the nationwide scandal.

Added on the 14/03/2019 17:35:23 - Copyright : SPlash News EN

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