Netflix may say goodbye to Aunt Becky.
The streaming service has resulted in actress Lori Loughlin's role in "Fuller House" following this week's university admissions scandal, according to TMZ.
It will not be part of the fifth season of the popular show, reported Friday the site of gossip, citing "a well-placed production source."
The story came less than a day after Loughlin, 54, lost her long-standing role as the face of the Hallmark Channel, for which she has appeared in numerous series since 2013 and where she considered the distribution and the team as "a family. "
It was scheduled to appear in Sunday's soap opera Hallmark's "When Calls the Heart" series, but the segment will no longer be aired, Hallmark said in a statement.
Loughlin is free on a $ 1 million bail. She was one of dozens of wealthy people – including actress Felicity Huffman – who paid bribes to get their kids into the best universities.
Loughlin's youngest daughter, Olivia Jade Giannulli, "influential" for YouTube and Instagram, was abandoned by the hair care brand TRESemme, for which she shared sponsored content with her millions of followers.
She was also dropped by Sephora, who created a tanning and highlighting palette in limited edition to her name.
Giannulli – one of Loughlin's two daughters with fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli – is devastated by her mother's legal troubles and "terrified" of going to jail, sources told Hollywood Life.