Lori Loughlin’s influencer daughter, Olivia Jade Giannulli, seemingly has found out that perhaps she does needs an schooling to make a living in any case. Entertainment Tonight got some extensive fees from a supply on what inspired Olivia Jade, who infamously pointed out hating college on YouTube, to have a trade of heart approximately college.
Us Weekly had reported in advance this week that Olivia Jade become “begging” to move back to the University of Southern California, in element to restore her photo post-university admissions scandal. Entertainment Tonight’s source did not deny that.
For context, Olivia Jade’s dad and mom Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli are accused of paying $500,000 to make her and her sister Bella look like rowing team recruits to get into the school. USC is reviewing their admissions repute and may not allow them to withdraw.
“Olivia has been speaking to pals approximately returning to USC and even as it seems abnormal after everything that’s took place, she is involved about her image and seems to need to show she can complete the lessons and graduate,” Entertainment Tonight’s source stated. “After being dropped with the aid of her brands, she’s concerned she won’t ever get lower back heading in the right direction without an schooling. She’s afraid she’ll always be appeared as a person incapable of getting into a good faculty, and will usually be visible as that lady whose circle of relatives paid her way in.”
Olivia Jade remains no longer close together with her mother and is dealing with the university admission scandal (and her dad and mom’ approaching trial) by using simply partying.
“Olivia is having a completely tough time coping with this, and for the maximum component she’s cut herself off from her mother and is going out and partying plenty,” the source defined. “She feels she hasn’t been part of any wrongdoing and feels tricked by means of her dad and mom into going to a school that wasn’t even her top preference. Right now she desires to prove she will do it on her own, and he or she thinks going returned to highschool will help renew her photograph.”