The two daughters of actress Lori Loughlin and fashion designer husband Mossimo Giannulli have reportedly shelved their education and future career against the backdrop of their parents' alleged involvement in a high-level nationwide college admissions program.
Olivia Jade Gianulli (19) and sister Isabella Rose Giannulli (20) are "just focused on mastering this ordeal," people reported on Wednesday, citing a source.
"Although lessons at the USC have resumed, Olivia and Bella are not back at school," the insider said, adding that social media influencers "are not planning to return to the USC. "
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In the industry, Olivia and Bella are very worried about their parents' uncertain future, and are focused on surviving the embarrassing torment without prejudice.
"The girls do not talk about future plans. They focus more on what's next for their parents, "the source added. "They live in the moment and that's all they can do now. It's still a nightmare for them. "
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Besides, she reported that Olivia was angry about her parents for having them into the predicament that cost her main sponsors, and also diminished the income she earned as a YouTube video blogger.
JAY LENO SPEAKS AT COLLEGE SETTINGS, REPRESENTING THE "RIGHT DEFINITION OF WHITE PRIVILEGE" "[Olivia]" is really angry with her parents because she wanted her not to Go to college, and she was pressured, "the branch reported Wednesday, citing a source." She was passionate about her career and wanted to work and she was fine, but that was not enough. Her parents said she needed to juggle college and her career. Now she's devastated because everything she's built implodes before her eyes. She feels that they have ruined everything. "
Olivia Jade apologized to the fans earlier after she posted a video on her channel saying she did not really want to be in college for more than parties and match days." She joked in a video 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 was joyous Lori Loughlin, left, appears on March 13, 2019 in this court ruling in the US Federal Court in Los Angeles, California. “/>