The frustrating part with undeserving celebrities can often be watching how their material world seems better than ours.
But does it have to be that way when they are imprisoned convicts too? Brace yourself if you were indifferent about your Christmas meal, because TMZ obtained the federal prison holiday menus for Lori Loughlin, Mossimo Giannulli and Joe Exotic.
At her low-security California prison, Loughlin, the “Full House” star who collaborated in a college-admissions cheating scandal, was served a Cornish game hen with pan gravy, roasted jerk roast beef with horseradish sauce, rice pilaf, a dinner roll with honey apple butter, Brussels sprouts with brown butter, pumpkin cheesecake, fresh fruit, and either an au gratin or baked potato. The 56-year-old is scheduled to be released from her two-month sentence on Sunday.
Loughlin’s husband and partner in crime, 57-year-old fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli, is at a different medium-security California penitentiary, but he was well-served on Christmas too. His menu included roast beef, a half-chicken, baked mac and cheese, yams, green beans, two rolls and pecan pie – unless he opted for the vegetarian options of soy chicken or soy beef patties.
Many “Tiger King” fans would like to see Joe Exotic be forced to eat expired Walmart meat, which he served his big cats. Instead, the 57-year-old’s Fort Worth prison served a Christmas meal of a baked Cornish hen, spinach quiche, cornbread dressing, mac and cheese, sweet peas and pumpkin pie. He will have many more holiday meals there, as he is completing his first year in a 22-year sentence.
Loughlin’s meal could be inspired for more than the tasty sound of it. Maybe this will lead to the plot for her next Hallmark movie.