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Olivia Jade (left) and Bella (right), the two daughters of Lori Loughlin, have been kicked out of Kappa Kappa Gamma

The daughters of Lori Loughlin are dumped by their women's club when the actress's friends say they & # 39; have no idea & # 39; why she did not commit bribery in college

  • Olivia Jade and Bella were both dumped this week by Kappa Kappa Gamma
  • The couple is still registered with USC and is not allowed to withdraw while the university is investigating
  • They did not speak out because their parents were charged with fraud
  • Lori and her husband Mossimo Giannulli alleged that the girls were water polo recruits to get them to school
  • They paid more than $ 500,000 to ensure that they came in under false pretenses, prosecutors say
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The daughters of Lori Loughlin have been dumped by their women's club, it was announced on Wednesday.

Although they are still registered with USC, Olivia Jade and Bella Giannulli from Kappa Kappa Gamma have been kicked.

& # 39; Olivia and Bella were both in Kappa Kappa Gamma and the women's club has since kicked them out and tries to distance themselves as much as possible from the situation, & # 39; told a source US Weekly.

USC did not allow either of the girls to withdraw. Instead, it puts a brake on the account of each student who is tied to the scandal and assesses their affairs individually.

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Olivia Jade (left) and Bella (right), the two daughters of Lori Loughlin, have been kicked out of Kappa Kappa Gamma

Olivia Jade (left) and Bella (right), the two daughters of Lori Loughlin, have been kicked out of Kappa Kappa Gamma

The source said that the scandal made Olivia and Bella denser than ever and said: & # 39; This has strengthened their bond more than possible. & # 39;

The Kappa Kappa Gamma chapter at USC posted a photo of Bella on his Instagram page in August 2018 to encourage students to sign up for haste.

She also appeared in a snapshot with her former women's club sisters Sarah VanLoh and Taite Wiederhorn in January.

Meanwhile, friends of their mother do not know why she was not guilty of her role in the scam.

Prosecutors have sued Loughlin and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, for fraud for giving $ 500,000 to Rick Singer and his fictional charity to get the girls into USC under false pretenses by claiming to be water polo recruits.

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Fifty parents were charged and many, including fellow star Felicity Huffman, have pleaded guilty, but both Loughlin and Giannulli have denied the charges and are fighting in court, a move that could put them behind bars for years if they are convicted.

Loughlin and her husband Mossimo Giannulli (left) are leaving in April. They did not plead guilty of fraud

Loughlin and her husband Mossimo Giannulli (left) are leaving in April. They did not plead guilty of fraud

Loughlin and her husband Mossimo Giannulli (left) are leaving in April. They did not plead guilty of fraud

Olivia Jade broke her social media silence by posting this photo of her mother and her on her mother's birthday

Olivia Jade broke her social media silence by posting this photo of her mother and her on her mother's birthday

Olivia Jade broke her social media silence by posting this photo of her mother and her on her mother's birthday

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& # 39; No one can find out what she is doing, & # 39; told a woman in the actress's group of friends to Vanity Fair.

Loughlin has not given any public comment since the scandal arose.

The opinion of her daughters was also a mystery until Olivia Jade, who lost a lucrative collection of YouTube and Instagram contracts during the scandal, broke her months of silence in the social media to wish her a happy birthday.

& # 39; I love you so much, & # 39; she wrote next to a photo of the couple when she was a baby.

Bella noted underneath and wrote: & # 39; Both so small. & # 39;

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The fate of the other students involved in the scam is not yet known.

Rick Singer, the brain of the plot

Rick Singer, the brain of the plot

Rick Singer, the brain of the plot

They belong to dozens of families who were entangled in the scandal in April after Rick Singer, the mastermind who facilitated the scheme, confessed to the FBI what he had done.

For months, policemen listened to his conversations with rich families, where he would arrange for their children to go to top school.

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Singer has now been behind bars for 50 years.

Not all families who have used his services are criminally involved.

On Wednesday it turned out that a white girl, whose university application described her as an African-American tennis wizz, had been admitted to three schools who wanted to support her sports career.

The girl, who is not mentioned, is the daughter of lawyer Adam Bass. The family says they did not know that she was described as an African-American in her application and that Singer had changed it without their knowledge.

She withdrew the unfair application and applied to Berkeley, where she is now a student.

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