Please hold some space in your heart today for Olivia Jade. The official trailer for Netflix’s hybrid documentary Operation Varsity Blues: The College Admission Scandal is out, forcing Olivia to once again disable the comments on her Instagram page. But that’s not the worst of it. Not only did she not get a part in the doc, but this doc is also not a Hallmark movie called Stop Ruining My Life Mom!: The Olivia Jade Story starring Olivia Jade as herself. Instead, the movie features recreations of the conversations captured by the FBI between Rick Singer, played here by Matthew Modine, and the rich parents who partnered with him to get their kids into elite colleges and also USC. That means whoever is going to be playing the voice of Felicity Huffman going “ruh roh” is going to be the real star of the show (fingers crossed), and from the looks of it, Olivia’s mom and dad, Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli, have been relegated to the background.
Deadline says that a documentary about the College Admissions Scandal that got Felicity Huffman, Lori Loughlin, and Mossimo Giannulli locked up is coming to Netflix. The scandal saw a bunch of rich people getting exposed as schemers who paid the College Admissions Scandal ringleader, Rick Singer, to get their children into elite universities. It even interrupted Olivia Jade‘s YouTuber career! Felicity and Lori are already out of prison after serving their sentences, but Mossimo is still suffering in prison and isn’t due to be released until April. But even though the College Admissions Scandal hasn’t wrapped up yet, Netflix has already announced that it will release a documentary from the same people who made Tiger King and Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened. Wow, these people are professionals at documentaries on absolute fuckery! What a niche.
A year after serving 11 days of her 14-day sentence at the Pinky’s Up Lite Lockup For Gentile Ladies Of Means, Felicity Huffman is ready to get back to work. According to Deadline, Felicity’s already landed her first post-conviction role in a pilot for a family-friendly comedy described as a “funny, surprising and occasionally heartbreaking half-hour about love, loss, family and Triple-A baseball” for ABC. Felicity will star (yes STAR, no more supporting role for Ms. Huffman, she’s more famous than ever) as “the unlikely owner of a minor-league baseball team” who inherits the team after her husband dies. I guess ABC is hoping that the only thing we remember about Felicity paying $15,000 to have someone fix her daughter’s SAT scores, getting caught, pleading guilty, and going to jail for it, was the adorable way she said “ruh-roh!” when she knew the jig was up.
Lori Loughlin started her prison sentence at the end of October and spent her Halloween in the scariest place of all for her: a low-security prison for non-violent offenders. Spoooooky! It’s been less than a week but sources tell Us Weekly that Lori is already a “wreck.” But this is the person who thinks a $9.5 million manse is “downsizing,” so… are we surprised she’s struggling. She’s not prison-tough like Felicity Huffman.
TMZ says that Felicity Huffman has fully completed her sentence in the College Admissions Scandal. Felicity pleaded guilty in May 2019 to paying $15,000 for a proctor to fix her daughter’s SAT answers, boosting her daughter’s score. Felicity had to pay fines, and do community service and worst of all, spend a week and change in prison with security so low she had regular walks and paparazzi sightings–so basically normal life. In fact, yesterday was the anniversary of her release, meaning she’s off probation too. Now she only has to deal with the wrath of Hollywood-types taking playful jabs at her on award shows until the end of time.
Lori Loughlin Got Two Months In Prison While Mossimo Giannulli Got Five Months For Their Roles In The College Admissions Scandal
As expected, Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli were sentenced today after someone shot them up with a potent load of common sense and they reversed their not guilty pleas and finally took a plea deal for charges they faced for paying $500,000 to get their daughters, Olivia Jade Giannulli and Isabella Rose Giannulli, into USC by passing them off as rowing stars even though if you asked them about rowing, they’d say, “Isn’t that the Olsens fashion line?” As part of their plea deal, both Lori and Mossimo pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit wire and mail fraud (and Mossimo also pleaded guilty to an additional charge of honest services wire and mail fraud). Lori agreed to serve two months in the clink and Mossimo agreed to five months, but ultimately their fate was up to a judge. If you were hoping that the judge would fart on the plea deals and give them LIFE in a maximum-security prison, you’re going to be disappointed. Because the judge accepted their plea deals.