Meanwhile, Investigators who discovered the biggest college admissions cheating scandal ever weren't even looking for it. Her parents are culpable, as is reflected in the current list of individuals charged in the investigation.
According to TMZ, Loughlin will not be returning for Fuller House'sfifth and final season. A well-placed production source tells TMZ, "Fuller House is not now in production". Instead, they "liked the concept of school principally because of partying, and had their sights set on Arizona State University". Along with lying low, a source told the site that Olivia "is a mess, despondent, and feeling like it's the end of the world".
A growing number of companies are dropping actress Lori Loughlin and her daughter, Olivia Jade, as a result of the college bribery scandal. The statements were made in one of her YouTube videos. Lori, who has starred in several Hallmark movies, has been dropped from the family channel.
Hallmark parent company Crown Media issued a statement on Thursday: "We are saddened by the recent news surrounding the college admissions allegations".
"We are no longer working with" Loughlin, Hallmark television owner Crown Media Family Networks confirmed Thursday. He wasn't accepted into multiple schools, and she said she now knows why. "They love their parents dearly and realize they only wanted the best for them but they are starting to realize how very serious the charges [against] their parents are at their expense", the source said. "I don't really care about school, as you guys all know". They attended school because their parents made them. Perhaps this will focus her on getting a real education in order to have something else to contribute to the world.
Olivia Jade has amassed almost 2 million followers for her YouTube beauty vlogs. "I have a strong passion for makeup and fashion and I love sharing my passion with all of you guys here on youtube", she wrote. "But, if she enters into a plea agreement, could have 27-33 month custody time or possible probation with no jail or go under house arrest". USC officials told Buzzfeed that they're going to look at each student's case individually. "We are still working to identify any other donations connected to the scheme", the spokesperson said.