Actor Dave Coulier says he will be there for his embattled 'Fuller House' co-star 'forever' as he claims that filming the final season of the show without her 'didn't feel right.'

AceShowbiz - Dave Coulier has vowed to support his "Fuller House" co-star Lori Loughlin "forever" amid her ongoing legal battles.

The actress and fashion designer husband Mossimo Giannulli are set to appear in court later this year 2020 after allegedly trying to land their children top university spots by bribing education administrators.

The couple, who have maintained their innocence, is facing a maximum of 50 years behind bars each, plus enormous fines if found guilty.

Speaking to Us Weekly, Dave, 60, opened up on his pal's run-in with the law, and insisted, "The images that people see aren't always what is true."

"I really can't comment on it, but we love her dearly," he said. "And however this kind of turns out, we're there for her... Lori is one of my closest and dearest friends on the planet, and it's really unfortunate that this has happened, and I will be there for her forever."

He added that it was "really sad" filming the final season of "Fuller House" without Loughlin, 55, admitting, "It didn't feel right."

The show will end with its upcoming fifth season, which begins streaming on Netflix on June 5.

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