2020 was a tumultuous year for Lori Loughlin and her family. Ever since the explosive college cheating scandal came to light, the famous television actress’s life has been turned upside down, and almost a year after the news first broke, their troubles are far from over.
Just last week, the family was dragged into the mud once again over a fraudulent document that further proved Loughlin’s involvement in the scandal.
There was already plenty of evidence that backed the prosecutors’ claims that Loughlin’s two daughters Olivia and Bella lied and cheated their way through the college application process in order to gain admission to the prestigious University of South California.
An explosive report revealed the actual resume Olivia prepared for her application which included false information about her rowing experience. A source claimed that the document, released by the federal prosecution team, had nothing to do with Loughlin or her husband.
In fact, the two had no idea that their daughter had even sent the resume in the first place. This indicates that Olivia Jade was just as responsible for committing fraud as her parents.
The athletic resume went into great detail about the young YouTube star’s alleged rowing experience, even claiming that she was a ‘crew athlete’ who competed in various national championships when in reality, there isn’t any evidence that she participated in even a single competition.
Loughlin is already under fire for allegedly paying half a million dollars to get her two daughters into USC without any athletic experience or academic excellence.
The couple bribed the admission panel to falsely recruit Bella and Olivia on the school’s crew program even though they knew nothing about the sport. Both Loughlin and Giannulli have denied the charges, claiming that the money was meant as a donation to the college, however, the truth finally came out in the open after the prosecutors released the falsified resume that confirms Olivia’s involvement in the fraud.
Surprisingly, her parents have refused to take the blame for the resume, with close sources claiming that they didn’t know enough about the sport to be able to come up with such an elaborate lie.
Someone else close to the family claims that the resume wasn’t filled out by Olivia either. Instead, Loughlin and Giannulli had paid someone inside the University to do it for them.