Lori Loughlin is said to be moving on from the college admissions scandal and embracing her "new normal." The actress — who has been keeping a low profile, was recently spotted leaving a salon in Los Angeles after getting a mani and pedi. She tried to go unnoticed, rocking a large, floppy hat and sunglasses.

A source told People, “She often visits the salon. She is always very friendly and sweet. She gives great tips and is a wonderful customer.” The source added, “She doesn’t talk about her legal issues and no one would ever ask her."

Another source said that the 54-year-old has been trying to maintain some sort of normalcy as she and her husband Mossimo Giannulli await their fate. The source explained that the couple have been spending a lot of time in Newport Beach where Giannulli grew up to avoid the spotlight.

The source explained, “It’s just a strange situation when you are used to working, and all you do instead is focus on court dates and your legal defense. It’s not the happiest situation,” 

The source added, “Lori seems okay. She is a very positive person. Her life doesn’t seem as chaotic as when the college scandal first broke."

The couple’s next court date is set for Oct. 2nd and another source said that the wait is painful for the couple, saying, “They’re having to come to terms with the fact that this isn’t going away anytime soon. This will be over their heads all summer long, and it could still be pending during the holidays. At this point, they have to get used to the new normal.”


In other news, John Stamos has broken his silence on his longtime friend and co-star Lori Louglin's involvment in the college admissions scandal. During an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Stamos wouldn't clarify whether Loughlin would be involved in the upcoming fifth and final season of Fuller House. 

He said, “I haven’t been on the show yet and it hasn’t come up, so I’m going to talk to some people about it this week and see what’s going on/ I’m just going to wait a little longer before I talk about it.”

He added, “It’s a difficult situation for everyone involved. I don’t mean just on our side.”