College bribery scandal: Vlogger Oliva Jade’s message to the gossipers

College bribery scandal: Vlogger Oliva Jade’s message to the gossipers

College bribery scandal: Vlogger Oliva Jade’s message to the gossipers

Lori Loughlin's 19-year-old daughter broke her social media silence after several weeks by posting a picture where she's posing flipping off the camera. They say all publicity is good, and though Giannulli has gained a fair number of followers through her newfound infamy, she's also been subject to non-stop media criticism - including speculation that she and her mom are not on good terms, and that stress from the scandal contributed to the end of her relationship. Most of the sites she listed appear to have broken exclusive stories about her in the recent months, which include everything from that she was dropped from her sorority to she's no longer attending USC.

As The Blast reported, her "Fuller House" actress mother and famous designer father, Mossimo Giannulli, are now fighting charges that have brought against them.

Olivia Jade Giannulli shared a photo of herself flipping off the camera and tagged The Daily Mail, People magazine, Star Magazine,, and "everyothermediaoutlet" in the post, which appeared on her Instagram account on August 11.

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Olivia Jade, a popular YouTube vlogger with almost 2 million followers, saw her budding career implode overnight.

Olivia Jade's career isn't the only one hurting from the scandal either. In addition, Loughlin was cut from the final season of Fuller House as well as Hallmark Channel's When Calls the Heart and Garage Sale Mystery.

The arrests were part of a federal investigation resulting in the indictment of 50 people, including Desperate Housewives star Felicity Huffman, over an alleged nationwide bribery network aimed at gaming college admissions to favour wealthy participants.

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