Sephora urged to drop partnership with Lori Loughlin's daughter Olivia Jade

Olivia Jade Giannulli celebrates the Olivia Jade X Sephora Collection Palette Collaboration Launching Online

YouTuber Olivia Jade caught up in massive FBI college fraud scandal

Lori Loughlin, 54, was arrested this morning when she returned to California from Vancouver, where she is filming a TV movie.

Given the allegations against Loughlin and her husband, clearly these interviews have not aged well.

Loughlin's daughter-born Olivia Giannulli-has numerous other partnerships with companies like Amazon, Dolce & Gabbana, Lulus and Marc Jacobs Beauty; however, not all companies have issued a public statement regarding recent developments. She apparently spoke with the Today show about daughter Isabella's acceptance into college back in 2017.

Olivia has since disembarked and returned home to L.A. USC officials said on Wednesday that they're still reviewing the applications of students whose families were implicated in the bribery scandal. Olivia, an established YouTube influencer, has already lost one of her business ties (Sephora) because of the controversy.

Meanwhile, in other related news, Loughlin was recently released on $1 million bond.

It's been reported that Loughlin and her husband had paid for their daughters to be "designated as recruits for the crew team" at USC, according to TMZ. Now, just a day after her mom was arrested, Sephora has chose to ditch Olivia Jade.

Loughlin's lawyer Perry Visconti did not immediately reply to an email requesting comment.

The three who were charged are among the defendants in Toy's lawsuit, as is William Singer, the accused mastermind of the scheme.

Lori Loughlin and her daughter Olivia Jade Giannulli at the 2019
Lori Loughlin and her daughter Olivia Jade Giannulli at the 2019"An Unforgettable Evening on Feb. 28 2019 in Beverly Hills Calif

Fifty people, including 33 parents and athletics coaches, have been criminally charged in the nation's largest known college admissions scandal.

Singer admitted to authorities that he created two admissions counseling companies that secretly created a "side door" for wealthy parents to pay their children's way into top colleges.

Loughlin and Giannulli both face federal fraud charges in US District Court in Boston. CNN also is seeking comment from the actresses' representatives.

In a YouTube video published in August 2018, the social media influencer told her almost 2 million subscribers that she wanted to attend college for the full experience of "game days" and "partying".

She posted a video to her YouTube channel on the day she was due to start college a year ago, saying: 'I don't know how much of school I'm gonna attend.

But in a YouTube video previous year, she nonchalantly admitted that she didn't "really care about school" but wanted the "experience" of "partying".

A few days after the video was posted on August 14, 2018, she posted a second video apologizing for her comments. (Neither daughter participated in the sport, according to court documents.) The couple was among more than 40 individuals, including actress Felicity Huffman, who are also being accused of bribery. But it's not surprising since so many people want to believe in someone and are willing to give them the benefit of the doubt.

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