Lori Loughlin Supposedly Thinks That Being In Actual Jail Would Be Better Than The “Prison” She’s Currently In
Lori Loughlin really seems to be spending too much time trying to save her reputation before she even completes all her legal issues. The College Admissions Scandal that saw the rich people of America get called out for their overt bribery, seems like something that happened a hundred years ago and I barely even remember Felicity Huffman was involved because she pleaded guilty right away and is already moving on. Meanwhile, Lori has been out here having sources talk about all the nitty-gritty details.
Two days ago, Us Weekly rocked us with the news that Olivia Jade and Bella Giannulli, the daughters of disgraced Hallmark Channel employee and alleged part-time fraudster Lori Loughlin, had been unceremoniously kicked out of their USC sorority, Kappa Kappa Gamma. The only people that I assume weren’t weeping for Olivia and Bella were the insensitive spoiled rich girls emailing KKG, asking how one goes about applying for the spots they vacated. If a rep for KKG is to be believed, there will be no emergency pledging, because Olivia and Bella weren’t kicked out.
While all their sorority sisters have been spending the summer either in Greece, Paris, or on a yacht, (the one exception seems to be the one girl who is actually interning at National Geographic, yuck), poor actual sisters Olivia Jade and Bella Giannulli are probably feeling the sting of rejection. According to Us Weekly, Kappa Kappa Gamma, the sorority to which both of Lori Loughlin and Mossimo’s daughters pledged fidelity, has kicked them out. It seems Kappa Kappa Gamma has a reputation to uphold that precludes fraternizing (sororitizing?) with alleged fraudsters who aren’t their own parents. While it’s still unknown if Jade and Bella will even be allowed to return to USC (their continued enrollment is currently under investigation), if they do, they might want to think about rushing USC’s 8th ranked sorority, Gamma Phi Beta (according to USC Greek Insider) where the girls all still go to Europe in the summer, but some of the yachts are paddle boards.
Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannuli pleaded not guilty to the things they’re accused of in Operation Varsity Blues. It was reported months ago that they thought they could pretend they didn’t know that the $500,000 they paid to some person who wasn’t USC was not going to USC–or some other bizarro excuse which would lead to them not knowing it was a bribe. Now we’ve come full-circle of that sentiment as it’s being reported that Lori and Mossimo believe that they will be “exonerated” at trial. But will she ever be exonerated for When Calls The Heart?
Each update we get on the extremely juicy Operation Varsity Blues scandal gives HBO more and more material for when they inevitably turn this into a miniseries. Most recently, documents were filed to have Lori Loughlin and Mossimo’s legal team taken off the case, due to a possible conflict of interest. Well, Olivia Jade’s parents don’t want to wait around for a new legal team, because they just want to get these “baseless” accusations over with. It’s summertime, and Lori’s got poolside margaritas to make!
Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli’s college admission scamming plan is truly playing out like a very special episode of Full House about peer pressure. Except in this case, college is the junior girl’s bathroom, the bribery is cigarettes, and everyone involved appears to be playing the part of Bad Girl Gia. And I mean everyone; according to a source that spoke with Us Weekly, Olivia Jade Giannulli knew her parents were bribing her way into college and didn’t care.