Lori Loughlin joked of spending ‘all this money’ on Olivia Jade’s education in old video

Lori Loughlin’s previous comments continue to come back to haunt her.

The actress and mother of two children is one of the famous faces accused in the bribery scandal of admission to the university.

In a YouTube video posted for Olivia Jade’s daughter on YouTube on December 22, 2017, the influential person tries to teach her mother some slang terms. When the phrase “England is my city” appears, Loughlin, 54, admits that he does not know his origins. The line was pronounced by Nick Crompton on Jake Paul’s song “It’s Everyday Bro”.

“If you had said ‘England is my city'”, Loughlin began, “I would say ‘Why did I pay all this money for your education?”

The two laughed, and then Olivia Jade, 19, said: “Let’s leave it like that.”

Loughlin and her husband, designer Mossimo Giannulli, 55, are accused of conspiracy to commit mail fraud. According to the US Attorney’s Office UU In Boston, the couple allegedly agreed in July 2016 to pay bribes totaling $ 500,000 in exchange for their two daughters entering the University of Southern California as alleged crew athletes, although neither was an athlete.

According to investigators, none of the children involved in the scheme was accused by federal prosecutors, and some of them had no idea what their parents were supposedly doing. But USC says it is considering whether to expel students related to the case.

Court documents indicate that Giannulli sent an “action photo” of Jade on a rowing machine with an ergometer to complement his profile as helmsman for the crew of L.A. Marina Club. The profile was submitted to the USC subcommittee for sports admissions in November 2017, which approved the conditional admission of the USC to Jade two weeks later. It was formally accepted in March 2018.

Another famous father intervened in the scandal through a text message. The musician / composer / composer David Foster told his daughter, the writer and actress Erin Foster, that he feels relieved that she did not want to obtain a degree.

“Thank God you did not want to go to college, now I’m in jail!” Foster, 69, wrote in a screenshot that Erin, 36, shared on Instagram on Saturday. “Thanks for the trust, dad,” subtitled the image.

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