“They’re going to have to have several seats next to Jussie Smollett!"
Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman are two actresses named among the 50 people involved in what's being called the biggest college admission scam in history. Both women, along with Lori's fashion designer husband, Mossimo Giannulli, have been arrested and charged with bribing coaches and college officials hundreds of thousands of dollars to get their kids into elite schools.
“The rest of us struggle while the rich continue to take advantage of us,” Wendy said at the top of her show. “Lock em’ all up! … It’s disgusting, horrible. I feel like all of the parents should be charged and go to jail and pay huge fines. I feel like the kids will be next to be charged. I think that all these kids knew exactly what was going on… How dare they!”
Felicity Huffman, the other actress charged. Presley Ann/Getty Images
Wendy said Lori and her husband are supposedly the worst of the bunch and questioned what would happen to her rebooted series, Fuller House.
“Do you cancel the show because she’s a liar? I wouldn’t mind! I mean, this is terrible," she added. "Felicity Huffman is the lesser of the two evils, so they say… Who’s going to be friends with these liars now? Who’s going to be friends with their kids? … For you kids who were cheating and lying, get ready.”
Wendy even compared them to Jussie Smollett, infamous for staging a racial attack on himself. “They’re going to have to have several seats next to Jussie Smollett!”, she said.