Olivia Jade Devastated By School Admissions Scandal & Terrified Mother Lori Loughlin Will Go To Jail

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Olivia Jade feels her world is crumbling after the arrest of her dad and mom Lori Loughlin and Massimo Giannulli for serving to to get into USC. She is so sorry and desires she’d simply skipped school.

YouTube star Olivia Jade has misplaced a lot following her actress mother Lori Loughlin and pa Mossimo Giannulli‘s arrests for allegedly bribing coaches to safe her school admission to the College of Southern California. Not solely has she misplaced main working partnerships with magnificence manufacturers like Sephora and TRESemmé, she reportedly gained’t be returning to USC for the worry of being bullied. Olivia can also be terrified that her dad and mom are going through critical jail time if discovered responsible on the conspiracy to commit mail fraud expenses and her world is in turmoil.

“Olivia Jade is past embarrassed over this scandal. She feels horrible for her mother and has by no means been extra upset. She is completely sorry for being concerned in all of this school stuff and is terrified that her mother may go to jail for attempting to assist her get into faculty,” a good friend of Olivia’s tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “Her family and friends are telling her that every little thing goes to be OK, however she doesn’t consider it in any respect. She simply desires her dad and mom to be OK and out of hassle.”

“Olivia fears how this mess will have an effect on her profession too and desires she had been extra cussed in her emotions about skipping school so they might have averted this entire factor. She solely ever wished to make her dad and mom pleased and now she feels horrible about this humiliating scenario,” the insider continues. Olivia lately lamented on her Instagram account earlier than the admissions scandal broke that she’d a lot somewhat be doing YouTube movies “24/7” than “spending six hours a day in a classroom.”

“Olivia is devastated. It looks like her world is crumbling on her proper now and she or he is attempting every little thing she will to get her head above the water. It’s so emotional as a result of it’s not solely her livelihood however her dad and mom livelihood and its everybody’s reputations. She has constructed such a social and on-line following doing what she loves and now that’s being ripped away from her. All the things she had she is dropping and it’s only a very emotional and attempting time for Olivia throughout,” our supply explains. Olivia has 1.9 followers that observe her YouTube channel, however has needed to disable the feedback sections after she was viciously bullied after her dad and mom’ arrests.

“Olivia’s head is in a tailspin over this complete ordeal. She’s feeling shocked, unhappy, and confused. Olivia and her mother are extraordinarily shut. They do every little thing collectively and speak each single day. Olivia appears to be like as much as her mom — She’s her hero. Olivia is a extremely good lady who by no means will get into hassle. Lori and Mossimo are very strict dad and mom and the women have been watched consistently rising up intently, so this comes as an entire and utter shock to anybody who is aware of the household,” our insider continues. “They’re such straight-edged folks. Olivia is your typical scholar who hangs out along with her associates, works out after faculty, and so on. She by no means events, drinks or misbehaves.”

Lori and Massimo have been indicted by a federal grand jury on March 12 as half Operation Varsity Blues, a wide-ranging school admissions sting the place rich people paid as much as $6.5 million to insure their children received into high-end universities. In Lori’s case, she and her husband “agreed to pay bribes totaling $500,000 in trade for having their two daughters designated as recruits to the USC crew workforce — although they didn’t take part in crew — thereby facilitating their admission to USC,” in response to the grand jury indictment. Each of Olivia’s dad and mom are free on bond after every posting $1 million in bail following their arrests.

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