Lori Loughlin's Daughter's Alleged Fake Résumé Has Reportedly Been Filed in Court in College Admissions Case
Months after the national college admissions scandal started, more shocking details have surfaced regarding Lori Loughlin’s alleged involvement.
Back in March 2019, Lori Loughlin and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli were accused of being involved in a large-scale nationwide college entrance exam cheating scandal.
Nearly a year later, Page Six has reported that an alleged fake athletic résumé that lied about the achievements of one of TV star’s daughters – Olivia Jade and Isabella Giannulli – has surfaced.
"Lori and her husband are part of the thirty-six parents who were accused of partaking in an enormous criminal network led by Rick Singer."
Although the document, which got released by federal prosecutors, doesn’t name which daughter it refers to, observers believe that it most likely belonged to Olivia Jade.
Observers arrived at that conclusion as the document claimed that the then-teenager was an award-winning crew athlete — although either daughter’s participation in the sport has appeared doubtful.
The reportedly fake résumé also included a section dedicated to the gold, silver, and bronze medals that the “Fuller House” star’s daughter won at several competitions as a coxswain.
Fox News further revealed that during the Head of Charles race in Boston; the documents claimed that Olivia’s team arrived at the 11th position in 2016 and then 14th position the next year.
The résumé allegedly also made mention of Isabella as it was stated that she is presently on the USC crew team’s roster which allowed her to fill a position in one of four boats.
As was the case with her sister, there are doubts that Isabella ever rowed cream. The document rounded up by stating that Olivia was “highly talented and has been successful in both men’s and women's boats.”
Rick was a college admissions consultant from California who took payments in exchange for either labeling their children as fake athletic recruits to get them admitted into top-tier colleges or fixing their college entrance exam scores.
USA Today also reported that Rick had not only pleaded guilty but was also cooperating with authorities as regards the part he played in the college admissions scandal.