According to Just Jared, John Stamos recently gave his opinion on the scandal involving his former co-star on Fuller House, Lori Loughlin. The 55-year-old actor, who, right now, is working on the show’s final season on the air, said he hasn’t figured out the optimal way for addressing Lori’s absence from the series.
Speaking with reporters from Entertainment Tonight, the small-screen star said, “I haven’t been on the show yet and it hasn’t come up, so I’m going to talk to some people about it this week and see what’s going on.” Moreover, John explained the situation as exceptionally difficult for all those involved.
As it was previously reported, Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman were indicted in a nation-wide college admissions scandal which saw the arrest of many different people. While many people were involved in the scam, the media has, primarily, focused on the most famous people from the list.
Unfortunately, the actions of parents have inadvertently affected their children, with Olivia Jade Giannuli being the most prominent of the young people involved.
For instance, Olivia stopped attending the University of Southern California after it was revealed her mother had paid half-a-million dollars for her two children, Olivia, and Bella, to be recruited as phony crew-team members. The two girls don’t play the sport.
Following Lori Loughlin’s involvement in the scandal, Olivia stopped posting content on her popular YouTube channel, and she was also dropped by Sephora, the makeup company that was paying her in exchange for promotional videos of their products.
On the 15th of April, Lori and her husband pleaded not guilty to the charges. Reportedly, the stress of her parents’ involvement in the scandal played a role in Olivia Jade’s breakup with her boyfriend, Jackson Guthy, however, it appears the two have since reconciled.
According to a report from Us Magazine, Jackson and Olivia were spotted kissing each other earlier this weekend. Prior reports claimed Jackson was nothing but supportive of her following Lori and Mossimo’s media spectacle.