Lori Loughlin and daughter Olivia Jade are back on speaking terms... after mom plead not guilty

Mail Online | 4/24/2019 | Dailymail.com Reporter
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She had been giving mom Lori Loughlin the cold shoulder since the star was accused of 'bribing' her daughter's way into college.

But Olivia Jade is trying to mend ties with her mother, now reportedly back 'in communication' with the Hallmark happy actress.

'Olivia - Parents - Insider - Us - Weekly

'Olivia was angry with her parents at first, but now realizes that they were just trying to do what’s best for her,' an insider explained to Us Weekly Wednesday.

It was important for Jade to make up with her mom, according to the magazine which explained: 'Olivia loves her mom and dad very much, but is especially close with Lori.'

Parent - Arrest - Jade - Deals - Cosmetics

Following her parent's arrest, Jade was dropped from deals with cosmetics retailer Sephora and hair products company TRESemme.

Though she has yet to return to social media, she's hoping to get her career as an influencer back on track, with insiders telling Us that the former USC student is 'focusing on how to turn this around so she can be famous for the right reasons again.'

Sister - Isabella - Parent - School - Scam

Younger sister Isabella rose also reportedly benefited from her parent's shady school scam.

Revelations about Olivia and Lori's relationship came to light just days after the Full House actress and her fashion designer husband, Mossimo Giannulli, pleaded not guilty Monday to charges that they paid $500,000 in bribes to get their daughters into the University of Southern California.

Couple - Parents - Coaches - Others - College

The couple is among 50 prominent parents, athletic coaches and others charged in a sweeping college admissions bribery scam that has embroiled elite school across the country, such as Stanford, Georgetown and Yale.

Loughlin and Giannulli filed court documents Monday waiving their right to appear for an arraignment and entering not guilty pleas to the two charges against them. The judge granted their requests, meaning they will not have to show up at Boston's federal court to be arraigned.


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