Lori Loughlin's Daughter Olivia Jade 'Didn't Really Care About School' Despite Mother's Alleged Bribes

The young YouTuber managed to secure sponsored deals for her college experience despite her mother's alleged massive bribes to get her into the University of Southern California.

Loughlin was among one of more than 40 individuals who were indicted on a widespread college bribery scandal in the US which also included fellow actor Felicity Huffman.

Loughlin allegedly paid $500,000 to secure her daughters a place in USC while Huffman reportedly arranged to have her daughter certified as having a learning disability.

READ MORE: Bribery Scandal: Hollywood Stars Arrested

Now social media sleuths are digging up past quotes, tweets and references from the actors' own shows to make light of the situation.

But users also began to look closer at one of Loughlin's daughters, YouTuber Olivia Jade Giannulli aka Olivia Jade. The 19-year-old has 1.3 million followers on Instagram and almost 2 million subscribers on YouTube.

Part of her YouTube content sees Giannulli discussing her day-to-day life, including her time at college. In a video from August 2018 titled "basically all the tea you need to know about me (boys, college, YouTubers)" Giannulli answered a fan question regarding her plans to attend college.

"The whole college thing," Giannuli says in the video, "yep I'm going... with work it's going to be hard, like my first week of school I'm leaving to go to Fiji for work."

Detailing how her schedule for content creating was going to routinely clash with her content creating, Giannuli then went on to say, "I don't know how much of school I'm going to attend."

"I do want the experience of like game days, partying," she continued, "I don't really care about school... as you guys all know."

At the time the video came out many called out Giannuli's attitude toward college, forcing her to post an apology video.

Giannuli's time at college was also a business opportunity for her, partnering with Amazon the Influencer was able to furnish her dorm room.

In an interview with Teen Vogue Giannuli went on to espouse the ease and convenience of Amazon's online offerings -- spruiking their shipping times and streaming services.

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