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A parent will do WHATEVER it takes to give their kid a good life.
Actress Lori Loughlin had that idea in mind when she had a plan to make sure her daughters got into a top college.
The Full House actress, along with approximately 50 other high profile people, were indicted for the largest-ever admissions bribery case. It included universities like Yale, Stanford, Georgetown and Wake Forest universities and the University of Southern California. Lori Loughlin paid $500,000 for her two daughters to get into USC.
When news broke of what happened, Loughlin was hit hard. She was dropped from “Fuller House”. Hallmark also cut ties with her, removing her from the show “When Calls the Heart.” Although she’s the star of the series, they are figuring creative ways to keep the show going or not. Reported on TMZ, “Hallmark’s parent company, Crown Media, says it is no longer working with Lori and has stopped development of all productions she’s involved in, adding it was ‘saddened’ by the allegations.”
Her two daughters are impacted also. Tresemme has also announced they are cutting ties with Olivia. In addition, her clothing brand Princess Polly is no longer active. She also lost her partnership with Sephora. TMZ reports, “after careful review of recent developments, we have made the decision to end the Sephora Collection partnership with Olivia Jade, effective immediately.”
Her daughters Olivia and Jade want to drop out of USC to avoid getting bullied. The college is reviewing every student allegedly involved in a case by case basis.