Companies Cut Ties With Loughlin, Daughter Over College Enrollment Scandal
Although the most recent video was from years ago, the comments are very fresh... and very cruel.
Olivia Jade — understandably — disabled the comments on her YouTube vlog this week. But it appears she forgot she had a second account.
Lori Loughlin‘s daughter has come in for a wave of abuse since it emerged the Fuller House star was embroiled in the college admissions cheating scandals, and the 19-year-old influencer managed to close her ears to it on her main YouTube page.
However, Olivia has a second channel, containing five videos, where her comments are still active.
And although the most recent video was from years ago, the comments are very fresh... and very cruel.
"Wow. This ignorant little tart is so dim, she completely forgot about her Vlogs channel," a person wrote. "What a pack of stupid tools this family is. Troll away folks!!!"
Another user blasted Olivia and her family: "You're trash and your mom and dad are also trash. Obviously you're dumb as a rock if your parents had to BRIBE admissions to get you in college. Hopefully you'll get expelled and all your credits nulled."
"I really hope you get into a good community college," a person wrote in another comment. "It will be cheap and you could go on to be something. Work hard and get a real education. You will need the money to support your parents."
Many users poked fun at the fact that Olivia couldn't silence the remarks because she was probably practicing crew. "Don't bully her guys. She's a hard working athlete:((," a person wrote.
"Sorry but Olivia can not comment or Vlog right now,....she is out at rowing practice for the next couple of hours!" another person commented. "How about a rowing vlog next?" another commenter wrote.
However, the most hateful comments were directed more towards Loughlin rather than Olivia, as there were many who suggested Olivia "vlog" her mom going to jail.
"Any prison vlogs?" a person wrote and another said, "I'm short on money, could you mother Lori Fraudiln help me out?" Another person commented, "VLOG: Visit my mom in prison with me!"
On her main YouTube channel, which has almost 2 million subscribers, Olivia has detailed her high school and college experience online. In addition to spon-con with well-known brands such as Sephora, Tresemme and Amazon (many of which have sincecut all tieswith the young star), she's chronicled her first college party and posted weekly vlogs about her everyday routines.
As the admission scandal continues to unfold, people have been diving into Olivia's past YouTube videos, bringing to light her past comments about her education that haven't aged well.
One of the since-deleted videos that caught much backlash was where Olivia answered a fan question about going to school while pursuing acting. "I don't know how much of school I'm gonna attend," she said. "But I'm gonna go in and talk to my deans and everyone, and hope that I can try and balance it all. But I do want the experience of, like, game days, partying. don't really care about school, as you guys all know."
Late last week another of her videos resurfaced, shot in May of last year, in which Olivia jokes that she "literally never" attended class.
"I'm, like, excited to go...do the school prank," she said in the video. "But I'm also literally never at school that I think my class doesn’t even -- and maybe they forget I go there!" She added, "I'm just kidding!"
The scandal kicked off last Tuesday when the "Fuller House" actress and her fashion designer husband Mossimowere namedin a fraud investigation involving dozens of wealthy parents, alleging the two celebrity parents paid $500,000 in bribes to get Olivia, 19, and her sister Isabella, 20 into USC by being recruits for the rowing team, despite neither of them ever participating in crew