“All the people involved in this college scam should have gathered their money and started a small elite college where Lori Loughlin teaches a class on smiling,” the Girls actress tweeted on Tuesday, March 12.
People quickly began commenting on the post, with one person writing, “Oh my Lena takin’ that shade throwing to a nice level,” while another joked, “From Full House to The Big House.” A third, however, didn’t find anything funny about the situation. “I could never afford to go to college. Parents were broke so I could not go. Now there are people with too much money paying to give their kids an edge. Makes me ill.”
Earlier that day, Lori was indicted on charges related to a nationwide college admission cheating scam, In Touch confirmed. Later, an arrest warrant was issued for the brunette beauty, while her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, was arrested.
But Lena’s not the only celeb who had some choice words for the mother-of-two. Comedian W. Kamau Bell poked fun at the FBI operation, taking its name from the 1999 football comedy. “Operation Varsity Blues,” he tweeted alongside several laughing emojis. “I guess they’re are like, ‘”Hey, even though we’re the FBI, we still know how to have a good time.'”
“I studied for MONTHS for the SAT. Twice, sometimes three times a week,” John, who attended Stanford University, wrote. “Tons of practice tests. Ended up taking the SAT multiple times as well. College apps were no joke … the amount of stress kids put into that to potentially lose a spot to someone unfairly is horrible.” He added, “And let me say: I’m incredibly grateful that I had the privilege and opportunity to have a tutor and to afford practice test programs. A lot of kids don’t. And to think of them losing their chance at their dream school to someone undeserving is really, really gross.”