According to some new court papers, Lori Loughlin’s husband, Mossimo Gianulli pretty much admitted to ‘working the system’ to get their older daughter Isabella into the University of Southern California. This information was relayed via an email he sent his financial advisor and was meant to be a joke related to the fact that he had donated around $200K to Rick Singer’s charity.
The mail is from back in 2017 and has now been admitted as evidence in the whole college admissions fraud investigation that is still ongoing.
The documents were first obtained by HollywoodLife and prove that after 21 year old Isabella Rose Giannulli, got into USC, her father not only contacted his financial advisor to discuss the massive donation but also joked about having to ‘cheat the system’ to get her into the university that she wanted to go to.
‘Good news my [older] daughter [redacted] is in [U]SC . . . bad [news] is I had to work the system,’ he wrote alongside an invoice detailing the donation.
Furthermore, his wife, actress Lori Loughlin was also copied on the invoice mail from the bookkeeper.
According to the FBI, this really means that they committed fraud by sending that money to get their daughter into her desired school as part of a crew team.
Similarly, their other daughter Olivia Jade Giannulli was also admitted to the same University on the same pretense, only two years after.
However, it’s been proven that it was all a cover-up since neither Isabella, nor Olivia Jade had any experience rowing before, let alone received awards for their achievements in the sport.
As you may have heard, multiple gold, silver and bronze medals were listed as their prizes in different high school competitions, as well as some notable records being broken.
However, Olivia was never part of those races.