Olivia Jade And Her Boyfriend Split Up Amid Lori Loughlin Trial/Drama
According to a report from Entertainment Tonight, Olivia Jade Giannulli has officially called it quits with her boyfriend, Jackson Guthy - a source close to the makeup mogul explained to reporters from the outlet. The source who spoke with ET claimed her friends are shocked at the news of their split.
Jackson and the 19-year-old girl were dating during Lori and Mossimo's court battle regarding their involvement in the college admissions scandal that rocked the media when it first began near the beginning of the year.
As it was previously reported, Lori and Mossimo were accused of paying officials $500,000 so their young daughters could get into the school as crew team recruits. Last month, Mossimo and Lori pled not guilty in a court of law, unlike Felicity Huffman, who pled guilty.
The insider who spoke with the publication claimed it was surprising because things seemed like they were doing well. Moreover, the source added that Jackson was a great source of support during their brief but passionate romance.
Reportedly, Guthy is "lowkey," and likes to stay out of the limelight, so it seemed like it'd work out. ET claims Olivia - surprisingly - has full intentions to return to the University of Southern California, however, how that would be possible remains to be seen.
The source told the outlet that Olivia wants to show the world she's more than capable of passing all of her classes and receiving exceptional grades. Olivia was dropped by all of the companies she endorsed amid the news of the college admissions scandal.
Apparently, Lori and Olivia are still at odds because of the entire dilemma, because, effectively, the result of the scandal was a massive hit on Olivia's reputation as a beauty blogger. On the other hand, Lori gets along with their older daughter, Bella, a lot better than Olivia, and the young girl has been a great pillar of support amid news of the scandal.
At the moment, Lori and Mossimo are fighting in the court to have their punishments reduced. Their attorney believes they have a great case and will be able to avoid jail time.