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After the Bribery Scandal, Lori Loughlin’s Daughter Makes a Shocking Decision

Grab as many of those bronze palettes with your name of them, from your former dorm room and run like the wind, girl! Olivia Jade Giannulli, the popular social media influencer and vlogger, is the oldest progeny of alleged college bribers designed Mossimo Giannulli and his wife, Full House actress Lori Loughlin. She has apparently decided against going back to the USC or the University of Southern California at LA, when the school session resumes after spring break.

According to sources close to Olivia, she has no immediate plans to ever return to the university, following the deplorable university admissions scandal which has indicted both her mother and father. She seems to be getting more upset every day and prefers to stay at home being unable to handle anything right now. Although, to be fair, we aren’t sure if USC would have her back either, since the matter is being investigated at the moment.

This new development comes right after Olivia lost quite a few of sponsored-content deals and profitable collaborations with various brands and companies, such as TRESemmé, Estée Lauder and Sephora, all huge names in the world of fashion and beauty. She feels cheated as she worked tremendously hard to secure different deals with them and everything just vanished into thin air. She had thought that she had established a future for herself in this field, and it all just came apart, like a pack of cards.

While court documents have not mentioned that the children of alleged parental bribers as being charged with any crime, Giannulli and Loughlin, her parents, have to deal with a very different story. As it was reported, the duo paid off almost $500,000 to a fraudulent “admissions consultant” who then helped to make it appear as if their two daughters, Olivia and Isabella, were crew team recruits for USC. This was despite the fact that neither of the siblings ever participated in crew races. Loughlin was removed from very lucrative acting jobs ever since her name came up in the scandal. Because of her alleged involvement, the actress appeared in LA federal court for the first time, only to be released with the bail bond sent at a whopping $1 million. Her next court hearing is scheduled for March 29 in Boston.

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