College Admission Scandal – Lori Loughlin’s Daughters Olivia And Bella Booted Out From USC Sorority




Since March, the news of college admissions scandal has engulfed the career of siblings Olivia Jade and Bella Giannuli. According to Us magazine, husband Mossimo Giannulli, Lori Loughlin and Daughters Olivia Booted, Bella Booted out of the USC sorority group. Though these two sisters have tried to skip the spotlight it has hardly helped them to come into the spotlight.

Us Weekly has come across with some details from a source that claims the University of Southern California has prosecuted the entry of these siblings. The insider further claims both of the sisters Olivia and Bella were the active members of Kappa Kappa Gamma. Well, that group has nothing to do with this college scandal.

However, two Giannuli sisters are now trying to distance themselves from this scandalous situation. It has therefore intensified the bond between, Lori Loughli’s daughters. On the other hand, one of the siblings Olivia Jade is suffering a lot and it’s affecting her business in terms of endorsing deals.

iHeart Radio has stated that Lori Loughli is upset with the court case as it is taking too much time to get a solution. Both of Lori Loughli and her husband have pleaded not to be guilty of this alleged scandal involvement. A source that has a chat with People Magazine said that when someone is not involved with the legal profession, it irritates the person to face the things several times. That person will count the time to come to a close. However, Loughli has stated that now they are quite used to with this new normal.

As the previous report presents, Lori Loughli has been charged with penalties for being allegedly involved in this scandal. This actress has, therefore, lost her Hallmark Channel projects. Also, she has lost the role in Full House revival that is currently running on Netflix. The couple is now concentrating on the court case while the media is focusing more on exposing Lori and Felicity Huffman and others who were involved in the nationwide college admissions scandal.


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