Page Six says that the federal government has released some documents in the Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli’s College Admissions Scandal case. Lori and Mossimo are accused of using $500,000 to fake their two daughters’ rowing credentials in order to get them into USC, with help from College Admission Scandal ringleader Rick Singer. They pleaded not guilty, and a part of their defense strategy is to accuse prosecutors of withholding documents from them. Well, the feds said, “You want documents? Here you GO,” and dropped a load of them for the world to see, including their daughter Olivia Jade’s fake resume, which isn’t even worth 25 cents, let alone $250,000.
Page Six got their hands on the alleged fake athletic resume which lies about Olivia Jade’s rowing abilities. Olivia isn’t named on the document, but it says the applicant graduated from high school in 2018, which is when Olivia did.
The resume claims that Olivia, who has never rowed, is an award-winning crew athlete and brags about gold-medal wins at the San Diego Crew Classic back in 2014. The resume lists a “skill set” which includes “awareness, organization, direction and steering.” Olivia is also called “highly talented and has been successful in both men’s and women’s boats.” Actually I think she was quite unsuccessful on a man’s boat. The best claim on the resume is that her older sister is already rowing at the school:
“Her sister is currently on our roster and fills the position in our #4 boat.”
Here’s the resume from Page Six showing that Olivia was lying about SO MANY credentials.
The feds also released copies of two checks:
Copies of two checks were part of the filing: Each for $50,000 made out to “USC WOMENS ATHLETICS,” with “the purpose” being for the “Galen Center Film Room” courtesy of the Key Worldwide Foundation, [Rick] Singer’s sham nonprofit.
Singer has confessed to the alleged scheme, which involves scores of well-heeled parents and prestigious schools.
And the prosecutors delivered one more “fuck you” to Lori and Mossimo:
In the papers, prosecutors derided at least part of the defense’s request, saying the other lawyers were complaining about not receiving information from interviews that hadn’t even happened at the time.
“The government has broad powers, but they do not include mental telepathy or time travel. The government cannot disclose witness statements before the witnesses make them,” the feds snipped.
I love how sassy the government is being with Lori and Mossimo. Lori and Mossimo wanted documents, so the feds gave them the one that doesn’t help their case at all. That resume is a mess. Imagine if they actually let Olivia on the team? It would look like this: