Lori Loughlin’s daughter Olivia Jade says in TikTok video that she felt “ publicly ashamed. ”

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Olivia Jade Giannuli has complained that she was’ publicly shamed ‘for her parents’ role in the college admissions scandal, saying people were’ quick to judge ‘her.

The 21-year-old who went to TikTok on Friday made the comments when she shared a message from a ‘very inspiring woman’ amid the fallout from her family’s involvement in the scandal.

Her parents Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli were respectively sentenced to two and five months in prison for paying Rick Singer $ 500,000 to get Olivia Jade and her sister Isabella to USC as crew recruits.

Neither teen took part in the sport, but their applications include photos of them posing on rowing machines.

In her video, Olivia Jade said, ‘We were talking about being publicly embarrassed, and I was like,’ Well, my situation doesn’t even compare, I’m not even going to compare it to yours’.

And she looked at me and said, ‘Olivia, it doesn’t matter if I’m drowning in 60 feet of water and you’re drowning in 30, we’re both still drowning.’ ‘

The 21-year-old took to TikTok on Friday to share a message she had received from a 'very inspiring woman' in the midst of the school scandal.

The 21-year-old took to TikTok on Friday to share a message she had received from a ‘very inspiring woman’ in the midst of the school scandal.

She added: ‘I think about that quote every day because I think it is so true and it is such a bigger message to our world right now. I think we are all very quick to judge. I think we all take people down very quickly.

‘I just want people to remember, if your feelings hurt, if they are valid for you, then they are valid too. It doesn’t matter if someone goes through worse, ”she said. ‘You can have a hard time in this world. But that doesn’t take away from anyone else, and that shouldn’t take away from you. We are all human. ‘

Last December, Olivia Jade made her first public comments about the scandal on ‘Red Table Talk’, saying she doesn’t want or deserve pity.

She admitted that she didn’t think there was anything wrong with bribery in college, but now realizes it’s wrong and her family “screwed up”.

‘We messed up. I just want a second chance to say, “I admit I screwed up.” And I couldn’t talk about it for so long because of the legalities behind it, ”she said.

Olivia Jade said, “I think we are all very quick to judge.  I think we all take people down very quickly '

Olivia Jade said, “I think we are all very quick to judge.  I think we all take people down very quickly '

'I just want people to remember that if your feelings hurt, if they are valid for you, they are valid,' she added

'I just want people to remember that if your feelings hurt, if they are valid for you, they are valid,' she added

Olivia Jade said, “I think we are all very quick to judge. I think we all take people down very quickly ‘

Her parents Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli were respectively sentenced to two and five months in prison for paying Rick Singer $ 500,000 to get their daughters Olivia Jade and Isabella to USC as recruits to the crew.

Her parents Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli were respectively sentenced to two and five months in prison for paying Rick Singer $ 500,000 to get their daughters Olivia Jade and Isabella to USC as recruits to the crew.

Her parents Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli were respectively sentenced to two and five months in prison for paying Rick Singer $ 500,000 to get their daughters Olivia Jade and Isabella to USC as recruits to the crew.

Loughlin and Giannuli were involved in the university’s admissions scandal after Rick Singer began collaborating with researchers in September 2018. He secretly recorded his calls with the former Full House star and her fashion designer husband to build up the case against them.

He eventually pleaded guilty to racketeering, money laundering and fraud in 2019. He faces a jail term of up to 65 years, but will not be officially convicted until everyone else charged in the scheme has been charged.

Prosecutors said parents paid Singer more than $ 25 million to defraud their children between 2011 and 2018 at the country’s most highly regarded colleges.

More than 50 people were charged with the scandal in which parents paid bribes of up to $ 6 million to get their children to top universities such as Yale, Stanford, Georgetown and USC in what authorities described as the “ biggest college scam ever by the ministry persecuted for righteousness. ‘

Actresses Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman were among the most high-profile defendants in the case.

Neither teen took part in the sport, but their applications include photos of them posing on rowing machines

Neither teen took part in the sport, but their applications include photos of them posing on rowing machines

Neither teen took part in the sport, but their applications include photos of them posing on rowing machines

Last December, Olivia Jade made her first public comments about the scandal on 'Red Table Talk', saying she doesn't want or deserve pity.

Last December, Olivia Jade made her first public comments about the scandal on 'Red Table Talk', saying she doesn't want or deserve pity.

Last December, Olivia Jade made her first public comments about the scandal on ‘Red Table Talk’, saying she doesn’t want or deserve pity.

Huffman and her husband – “Shameless” star William H. Macy, who was not charged – made a donation of $ 15,000 on behalf of their eldest daughter to participate in the college entrance cheat program.

Huffman initially planned to do the same for her youngest daughter, before retiring later, investigators said.

Loughlin and Giannulli initially pleaded not guilty, claiming they believed they were making a legitimate contribution to USC with their $ 500,000 payment to Singer.

They each spent up to 40 years behind bars, later turned off course and entered into a plea deal with prosecutors.

Loughlin and Giannulli initially pleaded not guilty, claiming they believed they were making a legitimate contribution to USC with their $ 500,000 payment to Singer

Loughlin and Giannulli initially pleaded not guilty, claiming they believed they were making a legitimate contribution to USC with their $ 500,000 payment to Singer

Loughlin and Giannulli initially pleaded not guilty, claiming they believed they were making a legitimate contribution to USC with their $ 500,000 payment to Singer

Loughlin was released from federal lockup at CI Dublin, California on December 28, serving her full two-month prison sentence, as stated by the Federal Bureau of Prisons.

The Full House star reportedly had a ‘tearful’ reunion with her daughters Olivia Jade, 21, and Bella Rose, 22, when she finally returned to their Malibu mansion.

However, Giannulli is still serving his five-month sentence in a Lompoc prison near Santa Barbara, California for his role in the college admission bribery scheme.

He will be released on April 17. Prosecutors said Giannulli deserved a more severe sentence for being “ the more active participant in the plan. ”