Lori Loughlin’s daughter shares Instagram message on ‘Varsity Blues’ scandal
Lori Loughlin’s daughter shares Instagram message on ‘Varsity Blues’ scandal Lori Loughlin’s daughter shares Instagram message on ‘Varsity Blues’ scandalNow we have the latest on the College admission Scandal, Lori loughlin’s daughter in a message to the media posting this photo on. Instagram is here with more words to make her point just two little finger this morning, making a statement: Olivia Jade giannulli, the daughter of actress, Lori, Laughlin and fashion designer Mossimo giannulli, sharing this insta a message in response to the media coverage of her family and the Varsity Blues College admissions Scandal the nineteen-year-old flipping off the camera with both hands her sister, responding in the comments writing not over you and this Queen. The teen has been mostly silent since the Scandal she deals with beauty and fashion brand, such a Sephora Tresemme and the Estee Lauder Companies, as her parents prepare to head back to court at the end of the month.. I know you want what’s best for the me know what maybe the FasTrak, isn’t it the Full House star and her husband both facing federal charges and possible jail time after allegedly yeah half a million dollars in bribes and fees to get their two daughters admitted into The University of Southern California, by having them pose as Elite athletes, that 34 people were caught up in the Scandal guilty for their roles. Lachlan and her husband have entered not guilty pleas and say they are innocent of the charges brought against them and eager to clear the names again. They’Ll be nothing for the end of the month. Cinepolis your thanks for checking on ABC News, YouTube channel. If you’d like to get more videos, show highlights and watch live event coverage click on the right over here to subscribe to our Channel and don’t forget to download the ABC News app for breaking news alerts. Thanks for watching Olivia Jade Giannulli, 19, flipped off the camera with both hands in an Instagram post in response to media coverage of the college admissions scandal.