Before federal prosecutors hired Olivia Jade’s parents, Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli, for their alleged involvement in the Operation Varsity Blues college admissions scandal, Olivia was a social media influencer with nearly two million YouTube subscribers and 1.4 million Instagram subscribers.
But, after her parents’ arrest, Olivia Jade moved away from social media and avoided the spotlight while the Loughlin and Giannulli case made its way to court. Olivia also lost her partnership with Sephora during the scandal – where she had her own makeup line. And, she left the University of Southern California following charges that her parents had paid $ 500,000 for her and her sister, Bella, to enter school as crew recruits, even if no one participated in the sport.
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After a nine-month hiatus, Olivia posted a YouTube video earlier this month called “Hi again”. And this week, she published her first makeup tutorial to try to get back into the game of social media influencers.
“Hi guys, welcome to my YouTube channel. So today I thought it would be some kind of cute and fun video to do a daily life, get ready with me. I’ll show you my makeup and outfit” said Olivia.
In the video, the 20-year-old woman put on make-up and dressed in a “daily” outfit. And, she also revealed that she was working on another video – indicating that she would continue to work on her channel – but it wasn’t over yet.
Olivia said she was “relaxing” after such a long break. She also thanked her viewers for their patience, calling them “awesome”.
Critics of the publication are mixed, with some voicing concerns about Olivia’s health as it appears she has lost weight. Others don’t believe at all that she should be back on her YouTube channel.
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“@Oliviajadee, go. Nobody wants to hear your beauty advice. You are a spoiled rich girl! You have to read the play. Nobody cares about you right now. Process your parents’ lawsuit, until then, pls stop. Get out on the water and row, ”twisted a disgruntled fan.
Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli face charges of conspiracy to commit fraudulent mail and up to 60 years in prison if convicted. However, the couple retaliated and pleaded not guilty.
They also say prosecutors withheld evidence in their case that could prove that the couple made legitimate donations to the USC instead of paying bribes to get their daughters into elite college .