As the Daily Mail reported, federal prosecutors released a set of September 2016 emails purported to be between Mossimo, 56, and a University of Southern California official who offered to review their eldest daughter Isabella Rose Giannulli’s application. According to the documents, Lori’s husband denied the help before writing an email to her, joking about the way he let the USC administrator down.
“’The nicest I’ve been about blowing off somebody,” he allegedly wrote.
As RadarOnline.com readers know,Lori, 55 and Mossimo are two of over 50 people that were indicted in the largest college scam prosecuted by the U.S. Department of Justice. They were accused of bribing mastermind William “Rick” Singer to recruit them as members of the university’s crew team despite their actual inability to row.
In the batch of emails made public, prosecutors also discovered exchanges purported to be between Mossimo and Rick, who promised he would get Bella, 21, into the school.