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|Born||Olivia Jade Giannulli|
September 28, 1999
|Occupation||Social media influencer|
|Known for||2019 college admissions bribery scandal, social media|
|Home town||Los Angeles, California|
Olivia Jade Giannulli (born social media celebrity. She is also known for being the daughter of celebrities Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli. Olivia started her social media accounts while she was in high school which grew in popularity. After graduating high school she attended the University of Southern California, where a major scandal involving her parents took place in early 2019. The scandal involves an active investigation into alleged bribery by her parents to get her admitted to USC; it remains unclear if she took part in it. The fallout has resulted in repercussions which include loss of sponsorships, and negative comments on her social media platforms.September 28, 1999), also known as Olivia Jade, is an American
Early life and career[edit | edit source]
Giannulli was born to actress Lori Loughlin and designer Mossimo Giannulli. While in high school she started a lifestyle YouTube channel. She later started an Instagram account. Both accounts have over a million subscribers/followers and were monetized through commercial endorsements and advertisements for Amazon, Sephora, and other companies.
Giannulli appeared in a 2016 episode of the game show Tap that Awesome App, competing for a US$5,000 prize for charity. In March 2019, the Daily Mail reported that Giannulli had lost the show in the initial take, but it was then refilmed to create the appearance that she had won.
In 2017, Giannulli crashed her car while singing along to Stevie Wonder's "Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours" as she filmed herself with her mobile phone, prompting expressions of concern about her driving habits among her social media followers.
2019 college admissions bribery scandal[edit | edit source]
In 2018, according to an indictment by the United States Government, Giannulli posed for a photo on an ergometer rowing machine which was subsequently submitted as part of her application to the University of Southern California (USC) with the implication she was a competitive rower, though she was not and had no interest in becoming one. At the same time, it is alleged, her parents paid $500,000 in bribes to a coach at the university to designate both her and her older sister Isabella as athletic prospects for the team, enabling them to gain admission to the school. According to the federal criminal complaint against her father, Olivia Jade was confused about how to complete the USC application and an employee of the alleged conspiracy's ringleader ultimately had to fill it out on her behalf. Teen Vogue has reported that "it is undetermined if Olivia Jade knew about the alleged scheme".
Prior to starting classes at USC, Giannulli prompted criticism after she posted a statement to her YouTube channel in which she said, referring to her upcoming attendance at USC, "... I do want the experience of like game days, partying ... I don't really care about school, as you guys all know." According to Newsweek, Giannulli had been actively giving advice on applying to university to her social media followers days before federal agents arrested her parents on fraud charges for their alleged involvement in the conspiracy. On March 13, 2019, media sources reported that, when news of the scandal broke, Giannulli was in the Bahamas on Rick Caruso's $100 million yacht. Giannulli is friends with Caruso's daughter, Gianna, and Caruso is the chairman of the USC Board of Trustees.
Repercussions[edit | edit source]
On March 14, 2019, two days after the scandal broke, Sephora distanced itself from Giannulli, announcing that the company would be ending its makeup partnership with her. TRESemmé also dropped her as a sales partner. Some media outlets had reported that Giannulli dropped out of USC due to fears of being "viciously bullied"; however, a university spokesperson later confirmed that Giannulli remained enrolled at the school.
Giannulli was also subjected to public shaming and generalized ridicule through social and traditional media after allegations of the scandal surfaced. Giannulli's social media platforms were inundated with critical comments and she ultimately disabled the comment features on her Instagram account. Selma Blair, meanwhile, mockingly tweeted a doctored image of her seven year-old son sitting in front of an adult rowing team with the message "stoked to have just finished Arthur’s college #admissions papers". Slate writer Heather Schwedel said that Giannulli checked "all the right boxes for ridicule", while comedian John Oliver, speaking on Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, opined that "death threats" were inappropriate but a limited period of joke-making at Giannulli's expense would be socially acceptable.
According to the San Jose Mercury News, USC scheduled a hearing in March 2019 to determine if Giannulli should be designated a "disruptive individual", which would result in her lifetime ban from the university's campus and properties.
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Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli's 19-year-old daughter was on the yacht of billionaire Rick Caruso, the chairman of USC's Board of Trustees, during Tuesday's indictment that charged the couple in a nationwide college cheating scandal.
- "Lori Loughlin Daughter Olivia Leaves Yacht Owned By Top USC Official". TMZ. March 13, 2019. Retrieved March 14, 2019.
As Lori Loughlin traveled from Vancouver to L.A. Tuesday night to surrender to federal authorities in the college bribery scandal -- which got her daughter, Olivia Jade, into USC -- Olivia spent the night on the yacht of the Chairman of USC's Board of Trustees
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Olivia Jade, social media influencer and daughter of actress Lori Loughlin, was apparently spending her spring break on a yacht owned by USC board of trustees member Rick Caruso when the news broke that her mother was part of an epic college bribery case.
- Ross, Martha (March 13, 2019). "Will Lori Loughlin's Instagram-famous daughters get kicked out of USC, face other fallout because of parents?". The Mercury News. Retrieved March 14, 2019.
TMZ reported late Wednesday afternoon that Lori Loughlin's daughter Olivia Jade Giannulli had been traveling in the Bahamas on a yacht owned by Rick Caruso, the chairman of the USC Board of Trustees
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- "Olivia Jade and Isabella Giannulli may face lifetime ban from USC, report says". San Jose Mercury News. March 24, 2019. Retrieved March 23, 2019.
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- Olivia Jade's beauty channel on YouTube
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- Olivia Jade on Instagram
- Olivia Jade on IMDb
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