Netflix may be saying bye-bye to Aunt Becky.
She will not be written into the popular show’s fifth season, the gossip site reported Friday, citing “a well-placed production source.”
The report came less than a day after Loughlin, 54, was axed from her longtime role as the face of the Hallmark Channel, for which she has starred in numerous series since 2013, and where she considered the cast and crew to be “family.”
She had been due to appear in Sunday’s installment of Hallmark’s series “When Calls the Heart,” but the segment now will not run, Hallmark said in a statement.
Loughlin is free on $1 million bail on charges she was one of dozens of well-heeled people — including actress Felicity Huffman — who paid bribes to get their kids into top universities.
Loughlin’s younger daughter, YouTube and Instagram “influencer” Olivia Jade Giannulli, meanwhile has been dropped by hair care brand TRESemme, for which she’d shared sponsored content with her millions of followers.
She’s also been dropped by Sephora, which created a limited-edition bronzing and highlighting palette in her name.
Giannulli — one of Loughlin’s two daughters with fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli — is devastated by her mom’s legal trouble and “terrified” she’ll go to jail, sources told Hollywood Life.