Attorneys Laurie LoughlinHer husband submitted court documents on Thursday, demanding “his release from prison office custody and to spend the remainder of his prison sentence in home detention.”
As of Wednesday, Giannoli had spent 56 days in solitary quarantine, according to the lawsuit. His lawyers say this, along with the need to reduce the prison population due to the dangers of COVID-19, represent “extraordinary and compelling reasons for the court to grant Mr. Janioli the needed relief.”
The request also indicates that Giannulli himself “has exhausted administrative remedies by requiring BOP to transfer him to house arrest.”
A memorandum in support of Giannulli’s request filed on Thursday also highlights the actress’s husband’s imprisonment period so far. According to the filing, Giannulli reported to a prison in Lompoc, California, on November 19, and he is expected “to be isolated with other inmates with minimal security for a short period of time before confirming the absence of COVID, and then release from quarantine until serving his sentence.” In the lower security camp. “
Instead, Mr. Giannoli was immediately placed in solitary confinement in a small cell in the prison adjacent to Medium Security, according to the lawsuit filed.
For 56 days, Giannulli was in solitary confinement “24 hours a day with three short 20-minute breaks a week”.
Court investigators noted that Giannulli was finally transferred to a minimum protection camp on January 13.
“This means that Mr Giannulli has spent nearly 40% of his total sentence in isolation, despite negative COVID-19 test results at least ten times, and despite multiple requests by his lawyer that BOP release him from quarantine,” he continues Rendering.
The warrant goes on to claim that Giannoli’s imprisonment was “more stringent than recommended by the court.”
The prison office did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.
Online prison records viewed by Fox News show that the 57-year-old man is expected to be released from Lombok on April 17th.
Meanwhile, Loughlin completed a two-month prison sentence weeks earlier. she was Released from the Federal Correctional Institution (FCI) in Dublin, California, on December 28.
Back in August, Loughlin and her fashion designer husband plead guilty to charges arising from $ 500,000 payments to the fraud mastermind. William “Rick” Singer To get their daughters, Olivia is good And Isabella Giannulli, both recruited into the University of Southern California staff team. The two did not participate in the sport.
In their Call agreement, Loughlin, agreed to serve two months and pay a $ 150,000 fine plus two years of supervised release and 100 hours of community service. Meanwhile, Giannoli was ordered to pay a $ 250,000 fine with two years of supervised release and 250 hours of community service in addition to a five-month prison sentence.