Lori Loughlin's Daughter Loses Endorsements Over Bribery Scandal

Lori Loughlin's Daughter Loses Endorsements Over Bribery Scandal

Though Olivia Jade wasn't named in the FBI's investigation, HP's decision could be first sign of a potential advertiser push-back against the young influencer, who has partnered in the past with such brands as Amazon, Smashbox, Dolce & Gabbana, and Sephora, the latter of which recently released an Olivia Jade-branded makeup kit.

All University of Southern California applicants who are connected to the alleged admissions cheating scheme will be denied admission, university spokesman Gary Polakovic said Wednesday.

For those who don't already know, the Fuller House star and husband Mossimo Gianulli are accused of paying $500,000 to get their daughters, Olivia Jade and Isabella Rose, fraudulently designated as part of the crew team at USC, going so far as to even stage photos of the two on rowing exercise machines.

Sephora shoppers SLAM Lori Loughlins' daughter Olivia Jade in the reviews of her collab!

Olivia Jade has cultivated a strong following on social media as she sought to promote various brands but the 19-year-old was forced to disable all comments to her Instagram account amid the controversy due to scathing remarks from fans and followers.

No products connected to Olivia Jade were available on the Sephora website by Thursday afternoon.

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"I don't know how much of school I'm going to attend", she said in a YouTube video posted on August 14, 2018, the day she started at USC. Those include Desperate Housewives actress Felicity Huffman and TPG Growth founder Bill McGlashan. She's was released after posting $250,000 bail.

Other than Huffman and Loughlin, dozens of other people, including the CEOs of companies, were charged in the case, which was called "Operation Varsity Blues" by federal officials.

US attorney Andrew Lelling announced that the parents charged in the scam represent "a catalog of wealth and privilege".

On a serious note, I still can't believe this whole story about the college admissions bribery scandal is real. The parents paid Singer approximately $25 million to help get their children into college, The Associated Press reported.

The other schools that accepted applicants linked to the scheme include Stanford, Georgetown, UCLA, Wake Forest, University of San Diego, and University of Texas at Austin, court records show. The suspects each paid between thousands of dollars to $6 million (Dh22 million) to seal their children a seat in the universities; coaches would then fabricate the student's athletic history or exam administrators would correct the student's exam.

The conspiracy allegedly included bribing entrance exam administrators to allow test takers to take exams in the place of students or to correct students' answers, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of MA. Neither of the girls are rowers, prosecutors say.