Movers have been photographed taking furniture out of Lori Loughlin's Bel Air, California, mansion.
Movers were spotted Monday carrying out a white couch and a lounger, leading to speculation that the actress could be leaving her $35 million mansion after pleading not guilty in the college admissions scandal.
On Tuesday morning, there were no signs of any activity at the mansion.
Loughlin and her husband have new concerns following a report in The New York Times that several sons and daughters whose parents have been indicted in the case could potentially face criminal charges as well.
Prosecutors say Loughlin and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, paid $500,000 to a fake charity to get their daughters into the University of Southern California.
Attorney Royal Oakes, who is not affiliated with the case, spoke to Inside Edition about what Loughlin and her children could face in the road ahead.
"It could be scarier for a student to get a letter from a prosecutor saying you may be a person of interest or a target. This could cause the parents to feel squeezed, leading to plea bargain talks," he said.
Loughlin and her husband have pleaded not guilty to the charges they face. A source close to the actress reportedly said Loughlin and her husband believe the $500,000 payment was a school donation and they reportedly thought they might be breaking some rules but no laws.
"For Lori Loughlin to plead not guilty and pass up the chance of a plea deal right now is a huge risk, it is a giant gamble. She doesn’t know what the strength of the evidence against her is and she may never again be able to get a low plea deal if she passes up on it now," Oakes said.
Actress Felicity Huffman already plead guilty in the college admission scandal.