Report: Olivia Jade Is Scared She Might Have To Testify In Court
Lori Loughlin’s daughter Olivia Jade reportedly does not want to have to appear in court to testify against her parents for their role in a nationwide college admissions scandal.
Olivia has been laying low and believes that having to appear in court would be just another embarrassment, according to a Saturday report by Page Six. Reminder: Loughlin and her husband are accused of paying roughly $500,000 in bribes to secure Olivia’s and her sister’s admissions into the University of Southern California.
“Olivia is furious with her parents over this mess and now she is terrified that she may be forced into court to take the stand to testify,” a source said. “She feels that she has already been through enough embarrassment over this situation and a court appearance would make things ten times worse.”
Olivia lost her brand partnerships with Sephora and Tresemmé after the college admissions scandal became known to the public. It gets worse for Olivia, though. (RELATED: Olivia Jade Isn’t Speaking To Her Parents After The College Admissions Scam)
Prosecutors confirmed that some students did have knowledge about their parents paying confessed college admissions scammer Rick Singer to get them into top-tier universities. Olivia was reportedly one of them.
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OLIVIA JADE X SEPHORA COLLECTION. A dream I never thought would be my reality. This is so surreal for me and my 14 year old self ????????❤️❤️ A huge thank you to #SephoraCollection for believing in me and allowing me to create a beautiful highlight palette. And to all my followers… thank you doesn’t even do it justice for how grateful I am. I love you forever. ❤️Olivia Jade @sc #BeautyUncomplicated #ad
I wouldn’t be surprised if she actually did know about her parents’ involvement in the admissions scam, but reports are saying she would have stopped it if she’d known they could get caught. That’s the definition of rich privilege.
I’m pretty sure there’s always a chance you’re going to get caught when you commit a crime.