Lori Loughlin’s dearest daughter Olivia Jade caught up in the United States college admissions scandal, while some wealthy renowned parents will have achieved a massive lesson after Felicity Huffman and Loughlin’s strict sentence.
Olivia Jade is a rising female celebrity, daughter of the “Full House” actress Lori Loughlin and Mossimo clothing designer Mossimo Giannulli. Those parents have experienced bribery scandals that brought some lessons for those who spent money to enhance their children’s SAT score.
On Tuesday afternoon, the American actress Felicity Huffman visited a federal courtroom in downtown Los Angeles with charges of paying a bribe which she has accepted honestly and arrested from his own residence.
When it comes to Loughlin’s case, the 54-year-old actress along with husband Giannulli allegedly paid bribes totaling about $500,000 for their two daughters to be allowed to the University of Southern California as members of the rowing crew team.
By considering the charging documents, we learned even though neither had ever rowed competitively “or otherwise participate[d] in crew”.
One of the Giannulli and Loughlin’s daughters is known as the 19-year-old celebrity in her own right. She is Olivia Giannulli, created media recognition ‘Olivia Jade’, has built her strong recognition on Instagram and YouTube collecting millions of followers and subscribers, together with her own branded makeup palette with Sephora.
Olivia is currently a freshman at USC, one of her videos leading up to the start of freshman year which she shared with followers a complete lack of interest in school and their interest is seen to be in the games and attending parties.
Olivia has stated in August, “I don’t know how much of school I’m gonna attend. But I do want the experience of, like, game days, partying … I don’t really care about school, as you guys all know.”
When she considered extensive backlash over her comments, apologized announcing her writings “super ignorant and stupid”.
Afterward, Olivia surfaced another video about after four weeks titling “Get Ready With Me” during her preparation for a first college party.
According to the criminal complaint, even though the admission of guilt, Giannulli’s young daughter comments are bound to put in the affront to injury to those concerned about well-resourced Americans purportedly unlawfully bribing their way through the allegedly merit-based word of college admissions.
The United States attorney Andrew Lelling said attending a press conference announcing the charges early Tuesday that the system “is a zero-sum game,” as every student admitted using illegal ways and honest, genuinely-talented students were rejected.