Lori Loughlin’s Daughter Sailing on a Yacht at Bahamas Amidst Her Arrest

Written by on March 14, 2019

Fourth Estate Staff

Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – Amidst the controversy that’s shaking up America right now, YouTube star Olivia Jade Loughlin-Gianulli was on billionaire Rick Caruso’s yacht in the Bahamas while one of her parents was getting out of jail while the other awaiting arrest.

Olivia Jade is the daughter of Hollywood actress Lori Loughlin and designer-mogul Mossimo Gianulli who are involved in one of the biggest college admissions scandal America has ever prosecuted, codenamed ‘Operation Varsity Blues.’

‘Operation Varsity Blues’ exposes a lot of wealthy people from businessmen to actors to elite people to college coaches in a cheating scandal to admit their equally wealthy and privileged children to the schools they wanted such as Yale, Georgetown, the University of Southern California and Stanford to name a few.

One of those wealthy children was Olivia Jade who got into the University of Southern California (USC) as a member of the crew team when in reality, she did not take part in such club. The court documents alleged that her famous parents paid a hefty sum to a coach to cheat her way in to the college of her choice (USC) as an athlete by faking records and photoshopping her into pictures.

While her father posted a $1 million bail bond, her mother flew in from taping her hit show on Netflix ‘Fuller House’ to Los Angeles to surrender to authorities. Meanwhile, their daughter was sailing the Bahamas aboard Invictus, 216-foot yacht with 9 rooms and is estimated to charter for approximately $616,500 per week (plus expenses) in the summer and $525,000 per week (plus expenses) in the winter, according to People.

After hearing of her parents’ charges, Olivia Jade sailed back to shore to return home and face the music.

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