Federal Prosecutors Have Released The Infamous Rowing Photos Of Lori Loughlin And Mossimo Giannulli’s Daughters
When Lori Loughlin and her husband Mossimo Giannulli were busted in the College Admissions Scandal for allegedly paying $500,000 to get their daughters Olivia Jade and Isabella Giannulli into USC, we learned that part of the scam included fake rowing pictures that were sent with their fake applications and resumes (a resume Lori and Mossimo claim they didn’t even know existed). And now, federal prosecutors decided to throw a bone to all of us drama-lovers stuck at home in isolation, because they’ve finally released the fake rowing pictures.
Lori and Mossimo deny that the pictures were ever sent to USC. Sources at USC also claim that they never got the pictures. Olivia Jade and Isabella reportedly went to a high school that didn’t even have a rowing team, so why would they need to pose for pictures on rowing machines? Hmmm. I’ll leave that one up to the lawyers and the judge. My job is just to show you all the rowing pictures, and let you judge for yourselves what’s going on here.
They released the pictures of Lori Laughlin’s daughters “rowing” and I am S C R E A M I N G. a row machine. Not 1 picture of them in a boat. Incredible pic.twitter.com/EscWUgwBGZ
— m (@MollyFree_14) April 10, 2020
The faces are obscured, because this is technically evidence from a federal court case. But it’s Olivia Jade and Isabella without a doubt, according to People magazine. People says that prosecutors filed new court documents on Wednesday that included the pictures of the Giannulli sisters on ERG machines in activewear. According to the documents filed, the pictures were taken by someone in the Giannulli home, and that the photo of older daughter Isabella was emailed by Mossimo Giannulli to College Admissions Scandal mastermind Rick Singer.
According to prosecutors in the court documents, Giannulli emailed college admissions scam ring leader, Rick Singer, his older daughter’s rowing photo on Sept. 7, 2016. Prosecutors state that Giannulli sent the image after Singer told the fashion mogul, “It would probably help to get a picture with her on an ERG in workout clothes like a real athlete too.”
In response, according to prosecutors Giannulli said: “Fantastic. Will get all.”
Said documents alleged that on July 28, 2017, Mossimo emailed Rick Singer with Olivia Jade’s fake rowing pictures, and that Lori was cc’d on the email. The documents allege that after Isabella was accepted to USC, Mossimo allegedly contacted his financial advisor and said:
“Good news my daughter is in SC bad [news] is I had to work the system.”
An open admission of scamming to get your kids into college? During a trial in which you’re accused of scamming to get your kids into college? Yeah, something tells me Lori and Mossimo’s case won’t be dismissed any time soon.
Below, this GIF shows the correct technique when using an ERG machine.
Using proper form prevents injury and helps growth. Get it down and you'll be rowing like there's no tomorROW! pic.twitter.com/cw5qtLh3TX
— Orangetheory Fitness (@orangetheory) May 20, 2016
Apparently when the pully thing is pulled into your chest, your legs should be straight. As you can see in the one picture above, there’s a Giannulli sister who didn’t get the straight-leg memo. Not to mention that neither looks rowing-team ripped. You’d think that someone who takes pictures of themselves constantly would be able to put in a little more effort.
It will be interesting to see how Lori and Mossimo spin the existence of these pictures. Lori has been trying to convince the courts that she believed she was only making a charitable donation when she cut Rick Singer a check for $500,000. Maybe she can play up the charity angle once again? They obviously only took those pictures with the purpose of educating young women on the dangers of using an ERG in the exact wrongest way possible.