Lori LoughlinHad begun her hard 2-month period, and while the place she was held was definitely not the Ritz-Carlton … it didn̵7;t seem TOO terrible.
As we reported … Aunt Becky confessed on Friday to begin her sentence at FCI Dublin of California – a low-security prison – and we received a handbook outlining what to do daily. how would yours be.
Firstly, it is still a prison – so there is a very strict schedule of waking times (5 a.m.), quiet hours (9 p.m. to 5 a.m.) and inmates have to stay in their cells for daily check-ups at 4:30 am and 9 pm.
According to the manual … Lori had to make the bed every day and could be disciplined if she didn’t keep her cell in order, and the same happens if she slept late or skipped meals.
She will only wear government clothing – no personal clothing – and will have to maintain a regular job … which may include clerical work, cooking, baking, food preparation, washing dishes or general cleaning.
OK, what about the good stuff? Well, Lori and her fellow inmates can listen to music on the radio or an approved mp3 player – as long as it’s outside working hours – and there’s a TV … but no one is allowed to change the channel.
Real perks seem to lie in the activities and entertainment offered by FCI Dublin … including craft-to-hobby classes, wellness classes, structured exercise, Sports tournaments and holiday events.
Prize bags, gifts and certificates are even given for participation in health education and fitness … and the sports opportunities are endless.
For example, Lori can participate in basketball, volleyball, athletics, softball and tennis at the prison’s outdoor facilities … or participate in indoor bingo or table tennis. Or, she can just exercise.
However, she decided to pass the time, she still has 2 years of supervision and release after completing her term.