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Lori Loughlin & husband Mossimo Giannulli have ‘$1million in jewelry’ stolen as burglars break into stars’ LA mansion

LORI Loughlin and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, have had “$1 million in jewelry” stolen as burglars broke into the stars’ Los Angeles mansion. Their home was broken into on January 3. TMZ reported that the burglars walked away with $1 million worth of jewelry from the mansion owned by Lori, 57, and Mossimo, 58. According […] ...

LORI Loughlin and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, have had “$1 million in jewelry” stolen as burglars broke into the stars’ Los Angeles mansion.

Their home was broken into on January 3.

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Lori Loughlin and her husband Mossimo Giannulli’s home was broken into on January 3[/caption]

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‘$1 million worth of jewelry’ was reportedly taken from the mansion[/caption]

TMZ reported that the burglars walked away with $1 million worth of jewelry from the mansion owned by Lori, 57, and Mossimo, 58.

According to the outlet, Lori and Mossimo were not home at the time of the break-in and the theft was discovered by a housekeeper.

Law enforcement said the thieves smashed a bedroom window at the LA home.

Based off of footage caught on the home’s surveillance cameras, the robbers were dressed in all black and hid their identities with masks.

Once inside of the mansion, they stole the Full House alum’s jewelry box which contained numerous expensive items.

It is currently unclear if the famous couple were specifically targeted or if it was a random burglary.

Cops reportedly believe the heist was performed by a South American burglary crew.

According to TMZ, the group travels to America and takes part in burglaries before they quickly leave the country.

Lori’s team also told the outlet that the actress is “thankful no one was hurt” in the incident.

TRAGIC PASSING

The burglary took place days before Lori’s Full House co-star Bob Saget’s death.

Bob suddenly passed away on January 9 at the age of 65 in a Florida hotel room while on a comedy tour.

The Hallmark star’s rep said Bob’s passing put the burglary “in perpective.”

“She says material stuff isn’t the most important thing in life, it’s family and love,” they added.

Following the incident, the star and her fashion designer husband have increased security at their home.

Security has been hired to work around the clock for the time being.

BOB’S FUNERAL

Days after the robbery, Lori made a rare public appearance to attend Bob’s funeral on Friday.

Other Full House stars to attend the service included John Stamos, Candace Cameron, and Jodie Sweetin.

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, who famously played Michelle Tanner on the beloved sitcom, also made a rare public appearance.

COLLEGE ADMISSIONS SCANDAL

Lori mourned her former co-star after serving time in prison for her involvement in the infamous college admissions scandal.

The admissions ploy saw Lori and Mossimo pay $500K in bribes to get their daughters Olivia Jade, 22, and Isabella, 23, into the University of Southern California on rowing credentials.

Prosecutors say the couple staged photos and compiled fake resumes to get their daughters into USC on fraudulent athletic credentials.

The couple tried to get their daughters into the school as crew athletes, despite neither girl actually being a rower.

The parents were arrested in March 2019 and were accused by federal prosecutors of paying $500,000 to ensure their daughters would be accepted to USC as crew recruits.

Lori and Mossimo pleaded guilty in May of 2020 to conspiracy to commit wire and mail fraud in the admissions scandal.

They were both sentenced to prison, with Lori getting out in December of 2020 and Mossimo in April of 2021.

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It is unknown if the couple were targeted or if the robbery was random[/caption]

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Lori and Mossimo recently made a rare appearance at Bob Saget’s funeral[/caption]

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The couple, who share two daughters, served time for their involvement in the college admissions scandal[/caption]

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