When Lori Loughlin's daughter, Olivia Jade Giannulli, questioned her achievements as a USC student in the aftermath of the ongoing college admissions scandal, new court documents show that the matter may be worse than expected.
As previously reported, Loughlin was one of many involved in the scandal in which wealthy families now paid the contributing witness William "Rick" Singer in a system that helped teens receive favorable tests Forging recruits into sports teams and much more
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According to court documents published by The Atlantic, Giannulli may not even have completed her own application for school, would be accepted later. Loughlin, who was released from a $ 1
"[Our younger daughter] has not submitted all their apps for colleges [sic] and is confused as to how this should be done," Loughlin wrote in December 2017. "I want to make sure she gets this as I do not want to [her] with her little friend in [her high school]. Can you tell us how to proceed? "
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Singer is said to have instructed an employee to fill out and submit the applications for Giannulli. If that were true, it would mean that the YouTube star did not lift a big finger to get into the USC.
This is not the first time that Giannulli's commitment to science has been called into question. Previously, she apologized to the fans after she posted a video on her channel saying she really wanted to be just for parties and play days in college. She joked in a video from 2018 that her high school classmates might not recognize her because she was "literally never in school." She also joked in an interview that took place a few days before the outbreak of the college recording college, in which she happily remembered to issue an Admissions Council
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Loughlin and Her husband, fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli, was both laid off for $ 1 million for a role given by her daughters to college.