Lori Loughlin’s Daughters Won’t Return To USC Following College Admission Scam

Cristina Cross
March 15, 2019

Actress Lori Loughlin's daughter has been dropped by another company that advertises on her popular social media accounts as the fallout from a college-admission bribery case continues.

As Loughlin faces a federal indictment, Crown Media said that is "no longer working with" her and that it has halted development of all its productions involving her, including "Garage Sale Mysteries", even though the series is made by an independent third party. Daughter Olivia Jade has already lost partnership deals with Sephora cosmetics and TRESemmé hair products.

In one civil lawsuit, Stanford students Erica Olsen and Kalea Woods said they were denied a fair opportunity to win admission to Yale and USC because of alleged racketeering, and said their degrees from Stanford will be devalued.

Federal prosecutors on Tuesday charged 50 prominent figures including Hollywood actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin in a $25 million scheme to help affluent parents cheat their children's way into elite universities. Loughlin's career and the channel are deeply intertwined.

There was more at stake than image.

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A judge told the Full House star to surrender her passport, but she will be able to travel within the U.S. and go back to Canada for her work.

A representative for Loughlin declined to comment.

When Calls the Heart, the Hallmark drama Loughlin has starred in since 2014, is just three episodes into its sixth season, which is scheduled to run through April.

She's proved a reliable performer.

Loughlin had also appeared in some of Hallmark's signature Christmas movies, such as Northpole: Open for Christmas, Every Christmas Has a Story, and Homegrown Christmas. She later apologized to her almost 2 million subscribers.

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John Vandemoor, a former Stanford University sailing coach, is also scheduled to plead guilty to racketeering conspiracy charges. Ms Huffman and Ms Loughlin were due to appear in Federal Court in Los Angeles later on Tuesday, prosecutors said.

"They definitely have a formula and you do have to follow the formula".

According to ABC, the actress, 54, was arrested in Los Angeles after an overnight flight from Canada, where she had reportedly been filming.

"For my husband too, their dad, never we were never like, 'At school you got to get straight A's.' We were never those parents".

Meanwhile, she's been roasted on her social media and in scathing online reviews for her sold-out makeup palette.

But public humiliation and potential college explosion (not to mention the possibility of jail time) aren't the only ways in which the stars are being affected as Olivia, the faux-rowing daughter of theFull House star, has had her brand severely damaged and she stands to lose a lotta bucks from the scandal. Loughlin's daughters allegedly gained entrance into USC as crew recruits, despite not having the credentials to participate in the sport.

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The defendants in that case include Singer and accused parents, including "Desperate Housewives" actor Felicity Huffman, Loughlin and Giannulli, and TPG Capital private equity partner William McGlashan Jr., who was sacked by the firm on Thursday.

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