Lori Loughlin's privileged daughter not only had her famous parents juice her way into an elite college, once she got in she admitted she doesn't care about going to class!
The shocking statement was made last year by Olivia Jade after she had been accepted into USC. The YouTube star was being asked by fans what her career and educations plans were, before laying it all out and prioritizing what really matters in her life.
The 19-year-old daughter of the "Fuller House" star and designer Mossimo Giannulli explained that school will be tough, especially with all her business obligations and world traveling.
"I don't know how much of school I'm going to attend, but will talk to my deans and everyone," Olivia said while describing how she will balance out her busy schedule.
As for what she was looking forward to in college, Olivia said she really wanted the "experience of game days" and "partying," before admitting, "I don't really care about school, as you guys know."
The young star took a ton of heat for the ignorant comments, and days later apologized for what she had said. Olivia claimed everyone just wanted to "attack" her, but was adamant she is grateful for being able to receive a higher education.
However, she recently repeated the sentiment by explaining how her famous parents basically forced her into college while she wanted to be an influencer.
As we reported, both Lori and Mossimo have been charged with mail fraud for participating in an alleged college entrance exam scheme. A rep for the U.S. Attorney's Office tells The Blast the "Fuller House" star has been arrested, along with "Desperate Housewives" star Felicity Huffman.
During a press conference Tuesday morning, officials described the college scandal, and admonished the wealthy parents for taking advantage of the system and possibly depriving more deserving students from getting accepted into universities.