Olivia Jade says she ‘worked really hard at school’ despite admissions scandal

The social networks influencer’s moms and dads went to jail after being associated with a huge college admissions scandal.
“I am super aware that I’ve been given opportunities because of my parents and that I live a very blessed and fortunate and privileged life,” she stated on her “Conversations with Olivia Jade” podcast episode that dropped Monday. “It’s tricky. It’s hard to speak on because I know that to the average human, I have it easy. I know that to myself as well.”
The now 22-year-old’s mom, starlet Lori Loughlin, was sentenced to 2 months in federal jail and her daddy, designer Mossimo Giannulli, was sentenced to 5 months in 2020 for their function in the scams perpetuated to provide Olivia Jade and her sis Isabella Rose Giannulli an unreasonable benefit to enter the University of Southern California.

Loughlin was likewise purchased to serve 2 years of monitored release with 100 hours of social work and a fine of $150,000. Giannulli got a $250,000 fine, 2 years of monitored release and 250 hours of social work.

Olivia Jade states individuals do not appear to comprehend that she’s put in work to get to where she’s at, from beginning her YouTube channel at the age of 14 to being major about her research studies.

“I don’t even think I’ve ever said this publicly but in high school, I had straight A’s,” she stated. “I worked really hard at school.”

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.