Mossimo Giannulli’s Request to Serve Remaining Prison Sentence at Home Is Denied

class=”article-detail__title article-detail__title–speakable”>Mossimo Giannulli's Request to Serve Remaining Prison Sentence at Home Is DeniedMossimo Giannulli's lawyer has filed an emergency motion requesting the fashion designer complete the rest of his prison sentence from home.By Cydney Contreras Jan 26, 2021 9:01 PMTagsControversyJailCelebritiesLori LoughlinWatch: Lori Loughlin Released From Prison After Less Than 2 MonthsUPDATE: On Tuesday, Jan. However, his lawyer claims that Mossimo was placed into solitary confinement located near medium security prisoners for 24 hours a day, even after testing negative for COVID-19 multiple times. During his time in solitary, Mossimo's lawyer claims he was allowed to leave his cell three times a week to shower, but otherwise remained inside for meals. "Modifying or reducing defendant's sentence in this case would undercut any such deterrence."
______photosLori Loughlin's Life in Pictures Since the College Admissions ScandalMossimo Giannulli was sentenced to five months in prison, but after 56 days in solitary confinement, he's requesting an early release. Specifically, his lawyer has asked a judge to consider allowing Mossimo fulfill the rest of his sentence at home, citing concerns surrounding the circumstances of his detainment.Per his plea agreement reached in, upon entering prison Mossimo was supposed to quarantine with other minimum security prisoners, after which he'd be relocated to a minimum security camp. The lawyer describes the conditions of his detainment "fundamentally unfair," writing in the filing, "The toll on Giannulli's mental, physical and emotional well being has been significant." According to court documents obtained by E! News, Lori Loughlin's husband filed an emergency motion to modify his sentence. Following 56 consecutive days spent in solitary confinement, Mossimo's lawyer claims he was moved to a minimum security camp on Wednesday, Jan. The lawyer additionally claims he was only sporadically allowed to call his family. 26, a judge denied Mossimo Giannulli's request to modify his sentence after he spent 56 days in solitary confinement. 13. "A 5-month sentence is appropriate in that it serves, inter alia, to dissuade and deter others who may, like Giannulli, believe that because they can afford it, they can flout the law," the documents read. In court documents obtained by E! News, the District Court of Massachusetts ruled, "Every prisoner in a BOP facility is currently subjected to onerous conditions due to the COVID-19 pandemic and Giannulli 'has not explained why he should be given special or unique treatment.'"
The court also noted that Giannulli has since been moved to general population and his "current circumstances" pose no immediate risk to his health, especially as Giannulli does not suffer from "any condition which would place him at an increased risk of severe illness due to COVID-19 nor, indeed, that he suffers from any particular medical condition."
Moreover, the court established that Giannulli's five-month sentence was appropriate for his crimes.