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Lori Loughlin's Daughters Olivia & Bella Won't Return to USC Amid Admissions Scandal

Lori Loughlin's Daughters Olivia & Bella Won't Return to USC Amid Admissions Scandal

Lori Loughlin‘s daughters Olivia, 19, and Bella, 20, have dropped out of the University of Southern California.

The girls have decided to withdraw from the school amid fears of being “viciously bullied” after their parents were allegedly involved in the nationwide college admissions scam, according to TMZ.

Lori and husband Mossimo Giannulli reportedly paid $500,000 to get their daughters accepted into USC by pretending that they were athletes on the crew team.

It is also being reported that the girls never really wanted to go to college and that they only wanted go to for the “partying” aspect.

The girls are planning on “laying low” for now and don’t have any plans on enrolling any other college at the moment.

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  • la petite bonnieux

    What a joke this family is

  • Utope

    Good. Now the USC needs to give belated admission to the people they denied admission because of these two.

  • Jeffry Gordon

    unfortunately since they are well into their respective programs, that is difficult. Their slot will now stay empty until they would have graduated. What a waste of two slots.

  • MyName

    For every one child the parents paid the bribe, they should have to pay for at least two bachelor degrees for two deserving students. That’s just one on a long list of reparations.

  • Jason Bowen

    On the bright side it their mother’s career is ruined and she will soon be a convicted criminal.

  • GroundControl500

    To set the record USC should formally expel them.

  • cutitout

    No they shouldn’t, it’s ultimately the University’s fault for not doing it’s due diligence to verify their oh-so-important “requirements”

  • cutitout

    No they shouldn’t, it’s ultimately the University’s fault for not doing it’s due diligence to verify their oh-so-important “requirements”

  • cutitout

    If someone was denied admission then they most likely they just went to another school if it was important to be in school. You apply to several schools and some you get in, some you don’t, it’s not the end of the world. Sometimes you do not have the credentials and sometimes there is simply not enough space for you.

  • cutitout

    If someone was denied admission then they most likely they just went to another school if it was important to be in school. You apply to several schools and some you get in, some you don’t, it’s not the end of the world. Sometimes you do not have the credentials and sometimes there is simply not enough space for you.

  • Lisa

    Lol as if. I bet she won’t even spend one day in prison. She’s a rich white woman.

  • Utope

    That’s absolutely terrible. I think USC needs to make an exception then. These are extraordinary circumstances and the people who suffer the most are the students who should have gotten these two slots.