Lori Loughlin just made her first appearance at court after surrendering to authorities for her alleged involvement in the college bribery scandal.
The "Fuller House" star appeared in federal court in Los Angeles, wearing a white turtleneck sweater, and we're told kept her calm in the courtroom while prosecutors laid out the charges against her.
Just like her husband, Loughlin's bond was set at $1 million and she was forced to put her home up as collateral. She has travel restrictions but will be allowed to travel to Vancouver for work purposes. However, the judge made it clear she must surrender her passport by December 19, because she'll be done with her contracted work.
Loughlin is expected to be released Wednesday afternoon after posting bail.
As we reported, Loughlin was arrested by the FBI after traveling back to L.A. from Canada. Her attorney was working overtime to guarantee her "safe passage" through the airport to avoid an embarrassing public arrest.
Loughlin's husband, Mossimo Giannulli, appeared in court Tuesday and had his bail set at $1 million. He also had to put his Bel-Air mansion up to secure the bond, and handed over his passport.