Lori Loughlin has begun serving a 2-month jail sentence at a low-security prison, California’s FCI Dublin following her surrender Friday.
Although that prison ain’t some MGM National Harbour, life there may not be too terrible.
Lori alongside other inmates can watch T.V. and listen to music but with restrictions. No inmate is permitted to change T.V. channels and listening to music is only allowed during non-work hours.
FCI Dublin also has cheering programs and leisure activities including holiday events, wellness classes, hobby craft classes, sport leagues and others. Interestingly, they come with awards of participation, treats and prize bags.
Less interestingly, the correctional home maintains a strict 5 a.m.wake up schedule, a 4:30 and 9 a.m. resumption in cell for a dialy count and a 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. quiet hours.
Inmates are expected to sleep-in on time, lay their beds and make the cell tidy. Lori will have to adhere to rules because failure to do so will usually attract some disciplinary measures. Cell regulations also require that she cook, bake, wash dishes or perform any other job assignment on a regular basis.
According to the prison’s handbook, she will NOT be allowed to wear any personal clothing; only government wears will be permitted. The prison surely remains a prison.
With all the perks, she will hopefully find an enjoyable way to while away time.