The Los Angeles fashionista Failed to present the “exceptional and convincing” argument that he should serve the remainder of his five-month sentence at home, ruling US District Court Judge Nathaniel Gorton.
Giannoli argued that his current mission at the Federal Correctional Facility, Lombok, is particularly harsh due to coronavirus protocols. Court records showed that he claimed that the 56 days he spent in isolation “took a heavy toll on his mental, physical and emotional health.”
“Although the court is aware of the onerous conditions imposed on the defendant as a result of the emergency response to Covid-19 (Prisons Office), it has not been shown that these circumstances alone show an ‘exceptional and compelling’ reason for his release,” Gorton ruled.
Giannoli had cited the early release of his colleague in “Operation Varsity Blues” Defendant Toby MacFarlane as evidence He should be given the same treatment.
“At the time MacFarlane’s sympathetic release in April 2020, on top of that, there was a great deal of uncertainty about the virus and how to control it,” Boston-based Gorton said.
“At this juncture, on the other hand, there has been a significant improvement in the treatment of the disease (and) the blowout inhibitor itself has become much more efficient in controlling its spread and vaccines will soon alleviate the remaining concerns.”
Giannoli is scheduled to be released on April 17th. Loughlin She ended her two-month sentence last month.
The couple was convicted of crimes linked to a false scheme They handed over their daughters as members of the elite team, Deserves special admission to the University of Southern California.
The couple’s lawyer was not immediately available for comment on Wednesday.