The college admissions scandal sparked outrage across the nation. The latter involved the shocking revelation that several members of elite society paid for their children to get into top US colleges. Since the ordeal, the culprits have since been reprimanded and publicly shamed for their actions. Even moreso recently, the federal authorities have confirmed they would be investigating further into the case to catch any other potential suspects who have bribed elite universities for personal gain.

Of the heavy set of guilty individuals were television stars Felicity Huffman (Desperate Housewives) and Lori Loughlin (90210 and Full House). Loughlin most significantly gained attention during the trial as many fans showed up to the courts to support the star despite her actions which allegedly included conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud along with money laundering. 

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Most recently, CNN reports that Loughlin and her husband, Mossimo Giannuli have been in talks with public relations firms to do complete damage control. Precisely, the couple is looking to save Loughlin's image following the scandal. A crisis management executive shared with the news outlet: "She reads everything that's written about her, and she's already thinking about how she can turn her image around." The damage control experts see Loughlin's case as reversible, while others do not share the same view. 

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Despite allegations, Lori Loughlin's publicist, Elizabeth Much, insists the aforementioned claims are not sure, the latter seems plausible considering the backlash the parties involved in the scandal faced.