After serving jail time for her involvement in the college admissions scandal, the 57-year-old is looking to "put the past behind her," an insider told Us Weekly.
"She has served her time in jail and completed her probation, community service and paid all of her court fines," the source explained.
According to the source, the Full House alum "privately arranged to put two students through four years of college." The actress is said to have paid their tuition and expenses, totaling more than $500,000.
She also "continues to work with Project Angel Food" after completing 100 hours of community service.
The Summerland actress hopes she "will be allowed to move on." The source said she feels there is "this stigma attached to her by people who don’t want her to have any success."
Loughlin was also hit with two years of supervised release, 100 hours of community service and a $150,000 fine. The designer was dished out two years of supervised release, 250 hours of community service and a $250,000 fine.
As previously reported by OK!, the Fuller House star is slated to set to guest star on the season 2 premiere of When Hope Calls. She will reprise her role as Abigail Stanton in the When Calls the Heart spinoff.
An insider told OK!, that Loughlin "was eager to get back to TV as soon as possible." "She’s grateful for the opportunity to reprise her character because it’s her big shot at redemption," the source dished. However she "knows that many people will find it hard to forgive her. But there’s nothing she can do to change that."