In the time since the news of indictments broke last month, Loughlin's behavior has worked against her. She was out of the country and had to fly back to turn herself in, and one of her daughters, Olivia Jade, was on a yacht when
the report came out. Just last week, Loughlin was all smiles outside the Boston courtroom after signing autographs outside of her hotel room
. Her day to day life still involves going to yoga
and using valet services for her car
. Now, she and her husband Mossimo Giannulli have both pled not guilty
to the charges of fraud. They face a minimum of four years and nine months in prison, but a maximum of 20 years now that prosecutors have added money laundering charges. They have yet to release a statement. While Loughlin is innocent until proven guilty in the eyes of the law, she's done nothing in the public eye to dispute the unbridled privilege the charges suggest.