Olivia Jade returns to YouTube after college admissions scandal

Brenda Watkins
December 3, 2019

"Though I'm terrified to make this video and to come back, I know that I also want to start taking smaller steps in the right direction", added Giannulli who has 1.93 million subscribers on YouTube.

Clearly, she wasn't impressed that Olivia Jade Giannulli, 20, returned to YouTube almost none months after her parents, Lori, 55, and Mossimo Giannulli, 56, were indicted on charges related to the nationwide college admissions cheating scandal. She goes on to say that she wasn't even sure if she should return to YouTube if she couldn't discuss the situation. She took a nine-month YouTube hiatus after news broke that her parents allegedly paid $500,000 for her and her sister, Isabella, to be recruited to the crew team at the University of Southern California. Loughlin is now facing years in prison for her alleged decision to bribe the University of Southern California in exchange for admission for her two daughters. "I'm legally not allowed to speak on anything going on right now", she explained.

"This is the best I can do and I want to move on with my life".

Lori Loughlin and her husband face a 20-year maximum prison sentence if they are convicted. Loughlin is expected to appear in court again on January 17, 2020. She also posted a screenshot of her YouTube video to her Instagram account, which now has 1.3 million followers. "If I can't talk about it, is there a point in coming back and not being able to say anything?"

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"She carefully followed a script", the source said.

The daughters, Isabella and Olivia Jade Giannulli, are not now enrolled at USC. But she lost endorsement deals with Sephora and Amazon after her parents were charged in the Operation Varsity Blues case and comments she made about not caring about college and mostly being interesting in "partying" resurfaced. NBC News reports that as of October she was no longer enrolled as a student at USC.

Both have pleaded "not guilty" to the charges.

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