Lori Loughlin is reportedly very upset about her reputation being ruined due to her alleged involvement in the shocking college admissions scandal.
According to People, Lori Loughlin is said to be worried that she'll only be remembered for the college admissions scandal, and not her body of work on shows such as Full House and When Calls the Heart.
"Lori is shocked and saddened that this is what her legacy is going to be," an insider tells the magazine -- adding that Loughlin and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, didn't fully understand that what they were doing was illegal.
"You read the complaint and they look like criminal masterminds, but they really didn't know the legalities of what was going on. They're not lawyers and they're not experts. They were parents who simply wanted to make sure that their daughters got into a good school," the source states.
The insider goes on to claim that calling in favors, working with consultants, and donating money to schools are all things parents do to help their kids get into prestigious universities. "She never intended to break any laws, and if she did, it was inadvertent," the insider insists of Loughlin's involvement in the scandal.