Olivia Jade Parties Out With Friends Amid Her Parents' Trial

Olivia Jade Parties Out With Friends Amid Her Parents' Trial
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According to a report from Vanity Fair, ever since the college admissions scandal hit the mainstream press, Olivia Jade Giannulli has been doing her absolute best to keep her name out of the headlines, as she has continuously avoided press in an attempt to remain inconspicuous.

Currently, her mother and father, Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli, are in the middle of their trial for paying half-a-million dollars so their two daughters could be accepted into the University Of Southern California as phony crew team recruits.

Olivia hasn't been posting on her social media accounts, nor her vlogs, especially the ones on YouTube. Olivia has her very own brand, which she has created over the last few years. Some sources claim Olivia was upset with her parents for their actions, as it inadvertently hurt her brand.

On the other hand, Lori Loughlin has proven adept at looking happy and content when spotted out in public by the paparazzi. One could even say that she looks entirely unbothered by the publicity, however, she may actually have a reason.

According to a report from Us Weekly, Lori and her man are sure that they won't be going to prison, as their lawyer claims to have a convincing case in their favor. Both Loughlin and Giannulli claimed they were not guilty while on trial, in contrast to Felicity Huffman.

Regardless, Olivia Jade isn't allowing her parents' problems affect her life, as she was recently spotted out with friends at a nightclub. Page Six claims that YouTube star was out with her friends at the club the other night after she was photographed leaving the Bootsy Bellows in West Hollywood.

She was wearing checkered pants, a jean jacket, as well as a black hat - a very inconspicuous outfit. This comes after a University of Southern California coach entered a guilty plea for helping students create fake profiles.

While there were many people involved in the college admissions scandal, the media has chosen to focus primarily on famous individuals, including Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman.

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