LeBron James is not happy with actress Lori Loughlin's ability to choose the prison where she will serve her two month sentence for her role in the college admissions scandal.
The Los Angeles Lakers star took to Instagram Friday, September 18, posting a screenshot of a Vanity Fair article about Loughlin's legal battle.
"From her what !! ???" LeBron has given his post a title. "I laugh because sometimes you just have to stop crying! Don't make any fucking sense to me.
He continued, "We just want the same treatment when we commit the same crime, that is all." Is that too much ??? Let me guess it's huh. Yes I know!! We'll just keep pushing and not wait for the handouts! STRONG, BLACK & POWERFUL! "
On the flip side, former NBA point guard and LeBron rival Gilbert Arenas has a different mindset, saying the race didn't have as much to do with Loughlin's conviction as her celebrity. He also drew from his own experience with the legal system.
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“I'm not even going to be a hypocrite here if I got into trouble in (DC) about the locker room thing. I chose the "prison" where I had to spend my three days. I picked the "half house" I had to spend 30 days in my case was in "DC" but my body was Virginia when I got half way to the house. I had my own room, I don't make roommates, ”Arenas said under a screenshot of the same article about Loughlin's case.
He continued, “I spent the day in my house and the nights in the middle of the house, so I chose Virginia. It was closer to the crib I was on parole for 2 years. 1 year was supervised with 400 hours of community service and finished my 400 hours of community service in "30 minutes" doesn't worry about the math that comes out of it, then told my probation officer that I will be staying in Chi-Town this summer. So you either come there for the pee test or do these 2 years unsupervised Because I DO NOT come back here every week to do a drug test for a non-drug case. I don't use drugs so I don't waste my time or money pissing in cuts just to prove that bam bam is never mad or see them again so that there are black privileges or is this #famousprivilege and that's why I am the goat. "
Lori Loughlin was sentenced to two months in prison in August. She was also fined $ 150,000, did 100 hours of community service, and was released under custody for two years. Her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, was sentenced to five months in prison, a US $ 250,000 fine, 250 hours of community service, and two years' custody release.