People have been calling out Lori Loughlin for chatting up fans and signing autographs before her court appearance in the college-admissions cheating scandal

The actress Lori Loughlin was all smiles ahead of her court appearance in connection to the $25 million college-admissions scandal in Boston on Wednesday.

The “Fuller House” actress greeted fans after touching down at Boston Logan International Airport on Tuesday and signed autographs for her supporters.

On Wednesday, Loughlin, who is one of dozens of parents accused of paying up to $6.5 million to get their children into top universities, waved to the press and fans outside federal court in Boston.

She smiled as she told a New York Post reporter “I’m great” as she walked in despite onlookers shouting “pay my tuition.”

People on social media called Loughlin out for her apparently jovial attitude, with some saying she acted inappropriately. Others described her response to the criminal charges as “iconic.”

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Loughlin and her husband, the fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli, are accused of paying William “Rick” Singer, who is accused of being the scheme’s ringleader, $500,000 to guarantee their daughters’ admissions into the University of Southern California, according to the criminal complaint.

The day after Loughlin was arrested, the Hallmark Channel cut ties with her, and Netflix reportedly said it would move on with “Fuller House” without her.

Loughlin and Giannulli remain free on bail and are two of 50 people charged with taking part in the scheme.

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