Loughlin, who faces a conspiracy to punish mail fraud and honest e-mail. Post, already feel the negative impact of her alleged involvement in scam. On Thursday, the Hallmark Channel stopped contacting an actress who often appeared in her programs, including the Garage Sale Mystery TV series.
Loughlin and her husband, fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli, are accused of bribing $ 500,000 to appoint their two daughters as a recruiting crew at the University of Southern California, although they have not performed crew members according to published court documents. Tuesday
Meanwhile, Huffman is charged with paying $ 15,000 for a fake charity to ease her daughter's spoofing,
Loughlin and Huffman refused to comment when they contacted CNN. [1
9659003] "Politicians and Hollywood celebrities have voiced a huge amount of news and expressed feelings about income inequality, higher wealth taxes and asset redistribution," said Tellem Grody PR senior partner with 40 years of crisis management experience, CNN said. "Because of these recent discussions, Hollywood paintings are likely to be more rigorous, five or ten years ago."
But good news for Loughlin and Huffman is that "society has a short memory when it comes to its favorite celebrities, ”says Tellem. Especially for those who like viewers, warm memories
Loughlin's reputation with viewers is undoubtedly healthy. For the first time it is known that many television viewers, as a cunning broadcaster, Rebecca Donaldson, Full House, eventually married her with Jesse Katsopolis, John Stama, while creating an idyllic image of a young, happy couple.
The second Hallmark act before launching the Netflix series Fuller House, where it was a guest star
Huffman's career choice for decades was very different on large and small screens , from Transamerica's nominated Oscar to the comedy show Desperate Housewives and Sports Night. But her participation in the Time & # 39; s Up screen, which she was an early sponsor, and various charitable causes, helped her and her husband William H. Macy to get a good reputation in Hollywood.
"Actors and other celebrities can often overcome their reputational damage better than everyday people because people feel like them and their actors," says Evan Nierman, CEO of the Red Banyan Crisis PR
CNN Chloe Mel and Madeline Holcombe to this report