Maybe the supposed bribe is not worth it.
The daughter of Lori Loughlin, the "Full House" actress accused with her husband of paying $ 500,000 for her girls to be fraudulently admitted to the University of Southern California, said in a video released last year that she did not care about the school but I wanted to experience "game days" and "party".
Olivia Jade Giannulli, a social media star with millions of followers on Instagram and YouTube, complained when she started school in the fall of 2018, her travel plans to Fiji and New York for work reasons could interfere with her classes of USC.
"I do not know which school I will attend, but I will go in and talk to my deans and all of them, and I hope I can try to balance them," he says in comments on "The whole university issue." (Look at the 5:15 mark on the video above). "But I want the experience of game days, party. I do not really care about school, as you all know. "
Giannulli, who took advantage of his presence on campus by posting content sponsored by Amazon, apologized after a violent reaction from commentators, rating his comments "stupid" and "super-ignorant."
Neither she nor other students were indicted in the indictment on Tuesday accusing dozens of elites, including "Desperate Housewives" star Felicity Huffman, for doing trap for their children to enter the best schools Federal prosecutors noted that many of the children who benefited were not aware of their parents' actions
But Giannulli made a parlay of his university student status On brand opportunities, he published content sponsored by Amazon about how he decorated his new bedroom with the help of Prime Student, reported The New York Times. nuncio paid for Smile Direct Club.