For his involvement in a college admission scandal, Mossimo Giannulli was sentenced 5 months in
prison. But the designer is seeking early release from prison after spending 56 days in solitary
According to the court documents, Giannulli has filed for an emergency motion to change his
sentence. His lawyer has asked a judge to consider letting Mossimo complete the rest of his
sentence at home.
According to his plea agreement, upon entering the prison Giannulli was supposed to quarantine
and then moved to a minimum-security camp. However, he was put into solitary confinement for 24
hours a day, despite being tested negative multiple times.
He was only allowed to leave the cell thrice a week to take showers, but remained inside during
Mossimo was moved to a minimum-security camp after 56 consecutive days in solitary confinement.
His lawyer has described his detainment as “fundamentally unfair” and has claimed it has taken a toll
on Giannulli overall health.