After receiving major backlash from viewers - with some calling her "spoiled" and "a privileged brat" - Olivia posted an apology video, titled "I'm Sorry", just a few days later.
Isabella Giannulli looked anxious and exhausted as she came home after her mother, Lori Loughlin's shocking arrest, and paparazzi were there to capture the moment in upsetting pics. She apparently spoke with the Today show about daughter Isabella's acceptance into college back in 2017.
"They are really great people", she said. We were always like, 'You know what? "I'm really so confused about all of this".More news: Ex-British soldier to be charged in Bloody Sunday murders
"It wouldn't come as a complete surprise if the brands now working with Ms. Giannulli took a closer look at the status of their relationship with her and possibly reconsidered next steps for engagement", said Yuval Ben-Itzhak, CEO of social-media marketing firm Socialbakers. They didn't make me.
Giannulli, a social media influencer with millions of followers on YouTube and Instagram, attracted further scrutiny this week with a video she posted before she began the fall semester previous year, saying she didn't care about school and was just there to experience the game days and the "partying".
Trust me, that's not money well spent unless you're just donating buildings at the school. A lot of it is unnecessary and I think it's important to just have downtime, free time. Loughlin and fellow actress Felicity Huffman were among approximately 50 people indicted in the widespread and sophisticated college admission bribery scheme. I never over-scheduled my kids.More news: Apple Announces March 25th Event at the Steve Jobs Theater
Her parents, "Full House" actress Lori Loughlin and fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli, became embroiled in the controversy earlier this week amid allegations that dozens of affluent individuals reportedly paid to help get their children admitted to top colleges across the country. The coupleallegedly gave $500,000 to say their daughters were part of the rowing team, which was not true, to get them into college as recruits to the USC crew team. While parents, exam administrators, and sport team coaches have all reportedly been connected to the apparent scam, feds reportedly believe "schools were not involved" (via Radar Online). Andrew Lelling, the U.S. attorney for MA stated that the people arrested include nine coaches, two examination administrators, one exam proctor, one college administrator and 33 parents.
The vlogger who is known to post about only attending college to "party", is now getting blasted on social media for taking away another student's place at the prestigious school. None of the other brands or companies Variety reached out to responded to requests for comment as of press time.More news: Maurizio Sarri fears Chelsea injuries due to poor Dynamo Kiev pitch