Lori Loughlin's husband may have lied to his parents to get money for college, reports say

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  • Whazzzzzzzupppp Salt Lake City, UT
    April 19, 2019 3:15 p.m.

    @BYUAlum: "Oh my goodness....LET IT GO!"

    x1000

    That is all.

  • BYUalum South Jordan, UT
    April 19, 2019 9:29 a.m.

    Oh my goodness....LET IT GO! Why do we need to know every blithering detail of anyone's life?

    What people did or did not do is their own business and not everyone else's unless it broke the law of the land or caused bodily injury or death! Then, they need to be held accountable under the law and punished!

    Deceiving one's parents is not something of which to be proud. Everyone has something called a conscience or soul. People have a sense of right and wrong by the age of 8. They have to live with themselves with undiscovered misdeeds during their lifetime that deceived, hurt, or destroyed others. That's sometimes punishment enough!

  • Culture Warrior Salt Lake City, UT
    April 19, 2019 8:46 a.m.

    Hey does this guy have a name? Or is every story (of so so so so many) going to put Lori Laughlin in the headline?

  • dogbreath Francis, UT
    April 19, 2019 7:21 a.m.

    This reminded me of one of Aesops fables about the boy who cried 'wolf.' When it rains, it pours.

  • Nan BW ELder, CO
    April 18, 2019 6:18 p.m.

    It is a established pattern that when someone is dishonest or guilty of some indiscretion and gets away with it, that person is more likely to repeat the dishonest act.

    As a child, I hated school so I embellished stories about incidents at school that were far from ideal, but not as bad as I reported them to be. Then things really became worse at school, in fact they were horrifying at times. So I went home and reported on these incidents, without exaggerating. However, by that time, my parents were suspicious of my motives, which were suspect, and insisted I had to continue going to school, even if my life was endangered by fights when we were unsupervised. I had actually managed to have some days of rest from school back when it was just a reckless scene, but when it was truly hazardous, my parents did everything they could think of to get me off on the dreaded bus in the morning. I learned a lesson in the process; be honest or you won't be believed later. Some of these wealthy individuals who are now facing consequences would have been better off not to have become accustomed to cheating to achieve big things. These little crimes can catch up with us.