Hallmark Channel’s Parent Company Speaks Out On Allegations Against Lori Loughlin

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Before being taken into custody on Wednesday (March 13) for her involvement in the nation’s largest college admissions bribery scandal, Lori Loughlin was best known as her work as an actress on a slew of television shows and made for television movies.

But her acting future could be in jeopardy moving forward.

Besides her work on Full House and Fuller House where she played the beloved character “Aunt Becky,” Laughlin has been a beloved part of a slew of Hallmark Channel movies, including Homegrown Christmas and When Calls the Heart.  In a new statement to the Daily News, a spokeswoman for Hallmark Channel’s parent company remarked about Laughlin’s current state within the company.

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“Crown Media Family Networks is aware of the situation and is monitoring developments as they arise,” spokeswoman Pam Slay said.

Loughlin was reportedly in Vancouver filming Garage Sale Mystery: Three Little Murders for the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries channel when authorities came to her California home to arrest her and husband Mossimo Giannulli. Loughlin has been released on $1 million bond and is said to be returning to Vancouver to resume filming in Vancouver.

Coincidentally, Loughlin’s Full House co-star Jodie Sweetin recently was seen in Hallmark Channel’s latest movie Love Under the Rainbow.