Olivia Jade wants to become an influencer again when Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli stand trial

She reportedly knew all about her parents' plan to take her to the University of Southern California for a fake rowing team member.

But that doesn't stop Olivia Jade Gianulli from starting her budding path again as a beauty influencer, according to Weekly.

The 19-year resuscitation attempts come as her parents – former Fuller House star Lori Loughlin, 54, and fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli, 55 – faced two charges of both money laundering, and conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud.

Back to it: Olivia Jade Gianulli, 19, is looking to restart her burgeoning path as a beauty-influencer, despite the upcoming admission of her parents bribery study; pictured (L) with mother Lori Loughlin (M) and sister Isabella Rose Giannulli (R) on 28 February

Back to it: Olivia Jade Gianulli, 19, is looking to restart her burgeoning path as a beauty-influencer, despite the upcoming admission of her parents bribery study; pictured (L) with mother Lori Loughlin (M) and sister Isabella Rose Giannulli (R) on 28 February

& # 39; Olivia has been emotional in the midst of all this and definitely wants to make a comeback and still want to be a beauty influencer & # 39 ;, Us Weekly said.

& # 39; She understands that she must hide now and is low, but she wants to be in the spotlight again and thinks she can come back after a while. & # 39;

The last Instagram post of the former beauty blogger is from February 28, shortly before her parents arrested March.

After the unveiling of the scandal, in which Loughlin and Gianulli allegedly bribed officials to have their daughter admitted to USC, Olivia was removed from her collaboration with the makeup chain Sephora.

& # 39; After a thorough evaluation of recent developments, we have decided to immediately end the Sephora Collection collaboration with Olivia Jade, & # 39; a spokesperson told us at the time.

The waiting game: & # 39; She understands that she must hide now and be low, but she wants to be in the spotlight again and thinks she can come back after a while, & # 39; a source told Us Weekly; pictured on February 28

The waiting game: & # 39; She understands that she must hide now and be low, but she wants to be in the spotlight again and thinks she can come back after a while, & # 39; a source told Us Weekly; pictured on February 28

The waiting game: & # 39; She understands that she must hide now and be low, but she wants to be in the spotlight again and thinks she can come back after a while, & # 39; a source told Us Weekly; pictured on February 28

Olivia & # 39; s attempt to get rid of the scandal was amid reports that she was not only a pawn in her parents' plan, but that she was actively aware of the illegal activities.

& # 39; Olivia knew very well what her parents were doing to get her into the USC, but didn't think there was anything wrong with it, & # 39; told a source Weekly, adding: "She did not attend other schools in California."

The former YouTuber was the target of ridicule in the aftermath of the scandal when old videos resurfaced in which she complained about disliking school and admitting she regularly skipped lessons.

Weeks said after their arrest that the academic status of students whose parents were allegedly involved in the college admissions scandal had been put on hold and & # 39; pending & # 39; used to be.

In it: Olivia Jade (L) reportedly knew that her mother Lori (R) and her husband paid bribes to get her accepted at the University of Southern California; shown on February 27

In it: Olivia Jade (L) reportedly knew that her mother Lori (R) and her husband paid bribes to get her accepted at the University of Southern California; shown on February 27

In it: Olivia Jade (L) reportedly knew that her mother Lori (R) and her husband paid bribes to get her accepted at the University of Southern California; shown on February 27

The Giannullis have not pleaded guilty to paying $ 500,000 in bribes to get their daughters in the University of Southern California as crew members, even though neither is a rower.

Loughlin and Giannulli did not respond publicly.

If they are convicted, they can be imprisoned for up to 40 years.

Laura Janke, the former assistant football coach of the University of Southern California, who worked with William Rick Singer to create embellished athletic profiles for his clients' children with deep pockets, also pleaded guilty last week.

Janke is now working with the US law firm as a cooperative witness in the case, much to the annoyance of a number of parents who are fighting the charges against them.

Among the recruits that Janke assisted was Olivia Jade.

Last week it was reported that Olivia Jade wanted to return to USC, despite the legal trial of her parents.

& # 39; Olivia Jade wants to go back to USC, & # 39; told a source Our Magazine.

& # 39; She's not officially exterminated and she begs the school to let her back in. & # 39;

Serious charges: In March, federal authorities arrested Loughlin, 54, and her husband for 22-year-old fashion designers, Mossimo Giannulli, 55 (R).

Serious charges: In March, federal authorities arrested Loughlin, 54, and her husband for 22-year-old fashion designers, Mossimo Giannulli, 55 (R).

Serious charges: In March, federal authorities arrested Loughlin, 54, and her fashion designer, Mossimo Giannulli, 55 (2nd right). They did not plead guilty to paying $ 500,000 in bribes to have their daughters become USC as crew members, even though neither is a rower; pictured on April 3

Long odds: Last week it was reported that Olivia Jade wanted to return to USC despite the legal trial of her parents; shown March 13

Long odds: Last week it was reported that Olivia Jade wanted to return to USC despite the legal trial of her parents; shown March 13

Long odds: Last week it was reported that Olivia Jade wanted to return to USC despite the legal trial of her parents; shown March 13

Despite the wishes of the social media influencer, she is said to be aware that there is virtually no chance that the Los Angeles-based university will allow her to resume taking classes.

& # 39; She knows they won't let her in, so she hopes this information will come out & # 39 ;, Us Magazine quotes another source.

& # 39; She wants to come out as if she has changed, has learned life lessons and is growing as a person, so she definitely wants people to think she is interested in her education. & # 39;

Olivia Jade does not let her parents' legal turmoil stand in the way of her very active social life.

The 19-year-old Instagram celebrity was seen earlier this month as a party in West Hollywood.

Olivia Jade was photographed earlier this month as he left the Bootsy Bellows club with friends around 2 o'clock in the morning.

Olivia and her sister, Isabella, would barely speak to their parents in the midst of the scandal, and Olivia reportedly removed most of her belongings from the Bel Air house of the family.

But last week another source told Weekly that the former YouTube star stands behind her parents.

& # 39; Olivia supported her parents very much & # 39 ;, said the source.

& # 39; She now knows this is very serious and calls her every day with mom and dad to check in and see what's new with the upcoming session dates. & # 39;

Family Stoppage: Olivia and her sister, Isabella, would barely speak to their parents in the midst of the scandal. But last week it was reported that the former YouTube star is behind her parents. From left: Olivia Jade, Loughlin and Isabella in February

Family Stoppage: Olivia and her sister, Isabella, would barely speak to their parents in the midst of the scandal. But last week it was reported that the former YouTube star is behind her parents. From left: Olivia Jade, Loughlin and Isabella in February

Family Stoppage: Olivia and her sister, Isabella, would barely speak to their parents in the midst of the scandal. But last week it was reported that the former YouTube star is behind her parents. From left: Olivia Jade, Loughlin and Isabella in February

Loughlin and her husband were caught among 50 people in a wide-ranging investigation into alleged plans to have rich children in elite universities by falsifying SAT scores and college applications.

Some of those arrested, including co-actor Felicity Huffman, have already conducted plea agreements with prosecutors.

Huffman, best known for her work in the popular TV show Desperate Housewives, pleaded guilty to a federal court last week to pay a $ 15,000 admissions consultant to a proctor's older daughter's answers to the SAT to have it corrected.

She also considered continuing the plan for her youngest daughter before finally deciding not to, the authorities say.

The conviction was set on September 13.

Taking Responsibility: Felicity Huffman, the Desperate Housewives actor, pleaded guilty last week. She was seen outside the federal court in Boston last week. However, the Giannullis have decided to fight the charges; pictured on May 13

Taking Responsibility: Felicity Huffman, the Desperate Housewives actor, pleaded guilty last week. She was seen outside the federal court in Boston last week. However, the Giannullis have decided to fight the charges; pictured on May 13

Taking Responsibility: Felicity Huffman, the Desperate Housewives actor, pleaded guilty last week. She was seen outside the federal court in Boston last week. However, the Giannullis have decided to fight the charges; pictured on May 13

Because she agreed to admit guilt, prosecutors said they would recommend four months in prison, but the judge could choose not to put her behind bars at all.

Huffman is one of 14 parents who agreed to plead guilty in what has become known as & # 39; Operation Varsity Blues & # 39 ;, the biggest scandal about recordings ever prosecuted in the United States.

Some parents, such as Loughlin and Giannulli, have decided to fight the charges.

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