The contrast in Hollywood has been a complicated process for decades, when celebrities have such a heavy weight to always be good models for millions of people. When they make mistakes and do something wrong, we have seen many variations on the public either by forgiving them or renouncing them.
While we still forgive celebrities for problems like alcoholism or drug addiction, it's not so easy when they do something willfully awful.
What will the audience of Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman think now that they have been involved in the recent college admissions scandal? Can they work in Hollywood again, or will they be labeled as criminals in a probable multi-century project?
This is a new territory for forgiveness
One thing the public has done is to draw lines on what they forgive and give "forgiving celebrities doing. When it comes to crimes like sexual abuse or assault, today we are very less lenient for a good reason. Several careers have already been ruined because of celebrities who think they can get a pass with sex crimes.
For addictions, we forgive again, yet when it comes to committing voluntary fraud, what will he think? more importantly, what will the Hollywood powers think about hiring Loughlin and Huffman again?
Because we've never seen anything like it from a celebrity, it's probably going to be a long waiting period until the audience and Hollywood makes a decision about Loughlin and Huffman.
If they both end up in prison, they can also put their careers in an undecided state until they We hear directly from them. Hallmark is not waiting and has already severed ties with Loughlin.
C & # 39; is a middle ground on which the public could refer?
From the beginning, the rehearsals seems very overwhelming against Loughlin, Huffman and perhaps their husbands. The worst thing is to know how the scheme has prevented other students, perhaps more worthy, from entering prestigious universities. Furthermore, it is possible that similar schemes have been going on for years
Taking advantage of wealth and privileges is a difficult thing to forgive today when greed is regarded as the worst feature of millionaires and billionaires. However, when you see the details of how damaging this case is, time will play an important factor in what happens to Loughlin and Huffman's careers.
Consider this constitutes a general framework not only in committing fraud, but also nuances of racism and perhaps voluntary elitism. So, once again, how intentional was this scheme?
Loughlin and Huffman were perhaps taken in the gift of their children
Both Loughlin and Huffman were defended by their friends as good family members who would not do anything illegal voluntarily. While the public reaction is strong, can we finally consider this as the parents who are blinded doing everything necessary to give their children a good life?
Reportedly, they had no college education like their children now. When you're willing to do anything to make sure your kids don't repeat the same mistakes, worse mistakes will probably be made.
Moreover, when you have the power and the money to make the dream possible, many people go on with the thought that it is still ethical. They become blind to criminal realities and do not realize what they are doing to destroy the American dream of other children with less financial means.
Perhaps this will be the official explanation once Loughlin and Huffman have ever been interviewed. If their children will agree with the assessment it is another thing when you realize that they have just stained their lives. It may take two or three years before you can write about what Hollywood and the public think at that point.