Even though Olivia Jade doesn’t get hatred comments on the photo-sharing platform anymore, people still slam her on her YouTube page.
Lori Loughlin‘s daughter, Olivia Jade Giannulli, has come under fire after it was revealed that her mother took part of the U.S. wide college admissions cheating scam. People were soon taking to the comment section of her Instagram posts to leave hatred messages, and it appeared the YouTube personality couldn’t handle the backlash so she decided to disable her Instagram comments.
However, that didn’t stop people from criticizing Olivia because the comment section of her YouTube videos has yet to be disabled. “You are just a spoiled brat that cheated into college when others had to actually work hard to get in,” one comment read as another sarcastically suggested, “Can you do a video too about how your parents paid 500k to scam your way into USC? Also how your sat score and sports profile is fake?”
One other left a lengthy comment which read, “This is CRAZYYY but also are we even really surprised??? So ironic that she’s concerned about people taking advantage of her or using her bc she’s *famous* — but basically everything in her life stemmed from her parents being famous and successful. Honestly must be sad to have to buy so much of your life.”
Olivia has yet to respond to the backlash.
Lori, along with Felicity Huffman, were among the 50 people indicted by federal authorities in Boston, Massachusetts as part of the U.S. wide college admissions cheating scam. The “American Crime” actress was accused of paying $15,000 to help improve her older daughter’s SAT score. Lori, meanwhile, allegedly paid bribes up to $500,000 to a school coach to falsely state that her daughters were recruits for the rowing team at University of Southern California.
Felicity was released on $250,000 bond shortly after her arrest. She is expected to appear in Boston court on March 29 for a preliminary hearing. Meanwhile, the “Fuller House” star is scheduled to turn herself in to federal authorities on Wednesday morning, March 13.