John Stamos was bursting with pride over Olivia Jade's "good values" and "morals" just three months before her "Fuller House" star mother was accused of bribing USC with money in return for her daughter's college acceptance.
In a YouTube video from December, Stamos couldn't help but gush over Lori Loughlin's 19-year-old YouTube star spawn.
"Can I just say how proud I am of you?" he said. "You're such a good girl, you have good values and you project good morals."
Stamos, Jade and Loughlin, who was just hit with $1 million bail, were all sitting together with fellow YouTuber David Dobrik for a segment on her channel called, "Teaching Parents Slang."
"She's inspiring to kids. She does well. He inspires people to get hurt," the actor continued turning his attention to Dobrik.
As The Blast reported, Olivia Jade could be facing possible expulsion from the University of Southern California after her mom and famous designer dad, Mossimo Giannulli, were outed as part of an FBI investigation titled, "Operation Varsity Blues."
USC vows to “conduct a case-by-case review” for current students and graduates who may be connected to the scheme and says they “will make informed, appropriate decisions once those reviews have been completed.”
Worst case scenario, Olivia Jade can always rely on her YouTube career.