In fact, Loughlin's 2018 movie Homegrown Christmas was the most watched non-sports program on cable the week it aired, so Hallmark is losing some serious star power by dropping her. She and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, have been accused of "agreeing to pay $500,000 in bribes to have their two daughters designated as recruits for the University of Southern California crew team", according to a Fox News report on Thursday.
Olivia, a popular YouTube vlogger with 2 million followers, has seen her budding career implode overnight.
As of Friday, Giannulli and her sister Isabella Giannulli were still enrolled at the University of Southern California (USC), despite reports that they had chose to leave USC to avoid bullying over allegations that they got into the school because their parents paid bribes. A source close to the show told the outlet, "Fuller House is not now in production".
On her main YouTube channel, which has nearly 2 million subscribers, Olivia has detailed her high school and college experience online.
The Netflix series premiered in 2016 and is set to air its fifth and final season later this year. In addition to spon-con with well-known brands such as Sephora, Tresemme and Amazon (many of which have since cut all ties with the young star), she's chronicled her first college party and posted weekly vlogs about her everyday routines. They attended school because their parents made them.
"Maybe they forget I go there!" the now 19-year-old Giannulli jokes in the post, titled "MY LAST DAY OF HIGH SCHOOL".
A source told the website that the pair are now planning to "lay low" and won't try to enroll in another school for the time being. The company's statement read: "We are saddened by the recent news surrounding the college admissions allegations". She previously collaborated with the brand on the Olivia Jade x Sephora Collection Bronze & Illuminate Palette.
"The producers have told the kids - and their parents - that if they have any questions or need anything from them at all, they will be available to help talk it through", says the insider.
In a statement, USC Interim President Wanda M. Austin details the school's plan to carry out "a case-by-case review of current students and graduates who may be connected to the alleged scheme".