With all the public faults that have centered on Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman for their college admission scandal, temporarily does not focus on the fact that the boys are involved. After all, there are some clues about the children of each parent who have always had the knowledge of the scheme.
Whether they really did or not, how should they respond to this scandal? Should we expect him to say something based on their age?
When you add Loughlin's daughter (Olivia Jade Giannulli) to the mix, it becomes a bit more problematic about what she said and her actions present.
do you really know the scandal?
One thing about insidious crimes like this scheme of admission to the university is easy for others to say that they didn't know anything illegal was going on. Friends of every family (including Kyle Richards) say they know many of the indicted people, but they also claim they have no idea of the scheme.
It is possible that variations on this have occurred in Hollywood without anyone saying anything. If we can give the benefit of the doubt to friends of the family not knowing all the details, what can we say about the children?
A lot of basic consensus says that the children did not know that their parents were conducting this scheme under the table. Maybe not everyone has done it, but what kind of clues did Olivia Jade leave to make people think differently?
The scrutinized actions of Olivia Jade
Going back to studying the comments that Olivia Jade made on her YouTube channel and Twitter account in the last year seems like a tug-of-war of genuineness and ignorant privilege.
On a special occasion, he stressed that he was not very interested in learning at USC and was there to enjoy the holidays. Later, he apologized for insinuating that he was not grateful for the opportunity.
Many could twist it to think that it was fully aware of how it got there, even though the jury is still out. What made this stranger, however, is the news that Olivia Jade is on a yacht owned by the president of the USC Board of Trustees (Rick Caruso) at a time when her mother was indicted in a classroom of court. Some have found painful irony in this when he remembers that the lie behind his admission was being recruited for the USC rowing team.
Remember Olivia returned home after discovering the news about her mother, and Caruso called the guilty parties involved.
A kid upside down is already talking
Let's not forget that another 40 people have been accused of this college admissions debacle. The executive marketing Jane Buckingham is one of them, and recently her son Jack issued a statement to the media:
"I know there are millions of children both rich and less fortunate who get their asses just to have a shot at the college of their dreams. I'm shocked that I was unknowingly involved in a great plan that helps children who may not work as hard as others for the benefit of those who truly deserve those places. "
La Jane Buckingham's daughter, Lilia, thanked people just for their support on Twitter. So far, his brother is the only one to apologize publicly for what happened.
Those on social media were not very kind with Jack's statement, particularly because he still had an ACT score when he reportedly didn't take an ACT. His comment of not knowing what was happening is now as controversial as the words of Olivia Jade.
Now everyone is waiting to see what happens next. Reports already indicate that Lori Loughlin's two daughters are leaving the USC due to fear of bullying.
The collective apology may not occur for a long time
The legal complexity of this scandal will probably require a couple of years to settle. As a result, we do not expect anyone to apologize until doing interviews with the media after further investigation or termination of the prison period.
Olivia Jade is already losing her influencer brands, and the same thing will probably happen to other kids with influencer careers. Once left with nothing, the apology could come sooner, so that America can face the elaboration of an even more complex contrition from Hollywood.