Olivia Jade looks carefree on nightclub outing as USC soccer coach pleads guilty to faking her athletic profile and may testify against mom Lori Loughlin in college scandal

  • Teen pictured partying into the early hours on Wednesday as mom Lori Loughlin faces jail in college admissions bribery scandal
  • The outing came as former USC soccer coach Laura Janke pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit racketeering on Tuesday in Boston 
  • Janke admitted to making fake athletic profiles for students, including Olivia 
  • Lori and her husband Mossimo Giannulli allegedly paid $250K to get Olivia into USC
  • Couple are fighting the charges against them and have entered a not guilty plea, meaning Janke will likely testify against them  

Lori Loughlin's daughter Olivia Jade partied in West Hollywood this week amid the very messy college admissions scandal which has her parents facing jail time.

Looking relaxed and without a care in the world the 19-year-old Instagram influencer was photographed leaving club Bootsy Bellows with pals at 2am on Wednesday morning. 

The outing came as a former USC soccer coach pleaded guilty to faking athletic profiles for Olivia and other students to get them into the college as elite athletes, complicating matters for her parents who plan to fight charges against them.  

Hanging out: Olivia Jade partied in West Hollywood into the early hours of Wednesday morning amid the college admissions scandal in which her parents are accused of paying to get her into USC

Hanging out: Olivia Jade partied in West Hollywood into the early hours of Wednesday morning amid the college admissions scandal in which her parents are accused of paying to get her into USC 

Lori, 54, and her husband, designer Mossimo Gianulli, 55, are at the center of Operation Varsity Blues after allegedly paying $500,000 in bribes to get daughters Isabella and Olivia Jade into USC under the guise of being elite rowers. 

Olivia and Isabella are said to be barely speaking to their parents amid the scandal and Olivia has reportedly moved most of her belongings out of the family's Bel Air mansion. 

And while Olivia's parents prepare to fight the charges with their lawyers, it seems to be business as usual for the fun-loving teen who kept it casual in some checked pants and a denim jacket as she chatted with friends outside the revamped celebrity hotspot on Wednesday morning.

The former YouTube star, who is said to have recently split from her boyfriend Jackson Guthy, covered her head in a black beanie and finished off her low-key look with some Dr. Marten boots.

No worries: It seemed to be business as usual for the fun-loving teen who kept it casual in some checked pants and a denim jacket as she chatted with friends outside the revamped celebrity hotspot

No worries: It seemed to be business as usual for the fun-loving teen who kept it casual in some checked pants and a denim jacket as she chatted with friends outside the revamped celebrity hotspot

In April Lori and husband Mossimo pleaded not guilty to charges including conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud and conspiracy to commit money laundering amid the scandal

In April Lori and husband Mossimo pleaded not guilty to charges including conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud and conspiracy to commit money laundering amid the scandal 

And while Olivia clearly isn't sweating the legal mess her parents are in - despite the possibility she may be called to testify against them at some point - it seems Lori is also remaining pretty calm amid the firestorm and potential jail time she faces.

A source claims that the Full House alum is increasingly more confident that she will never see the inside of a cell, according to People.

In April Lori and Mossimo pleaded not guilty to charges including conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud and conspiracy to commit money laundering - and the actress seems to think she will likely get off without jail time.

'The more that [the attorneys] look at the alleged evidence against them, the better they feel about the case,' a source close to Lori told People. 'Everyone is feeling more and more confident that this could end well for them.'

Distancing herself: Olivia clearly isn't sweating the legal mess her parents are in, despite the possibility she may be called to testify against them at some point

Distancing herself: Olivia clearly isn't sweating the legal mess her parents are in, despite the possibility she may be called to testify against them at some point

Pretending they were on rowing teams, Olivia, as well as older sister Isabella (pictured in 2014) posed for photos on ergometers for fake athletic profiles created to get them into USC

Pretending they were on rowing teams, Olivia, as well as older sister Isabella (pictured in 2014) posed for photos on ergometers for fake athletic profiles created to get them into USC 

However, things got more complicated on Tuesday as Laura Janke, the former assistant soccer coach at the University of Southern California, pleaded guilty to creating embellished athletic profiles for children of the wealthy and influential.

Janke is accused of working with 'admissions consultant' William Rick Singer who helped the children of his deep-pocketed clients cheat their way into prestigious colleges across the nation. 

Janke is now working with the the US Attorney's office as a cooperating witness in the case, much to the chagrin of a number of parents who are fighting the charges filed against them. 

She could very likely end up testifying against Lori and her two daughters, who are suspected of being aware of the scam their parents were involved in. 

In April Lori and husband Mossimo pleaded not guilty to charges including conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud and conspiracy to commit money laundering amid the scandal

In April Lori and husband Mossimo pleaded not guilty to charges including conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud and conspiracy to commit money laundering amid the scandal

Olivia is one of the students Janke falsified credentials for to make it appear that she was an elite rower to get her into USC.  

Pretending they were on crew teams, Olivia, as well as older sister Isabella, posed for photos on ergometers, suggesting that they were both aware and willing participants in their parents' plan. 

Olivia's profile claimed she was a coxswain for the LA Marina Club team, which does not appear to exist. 

Meanwhile, fellow actress Felicity Huffman has pleaded guilty to participating in the college admissions cheating scheme.

The 56-year-old actress entered the plea on Monday to a charge of conspiracy to commit mail fraud and honest services mail fraud.

Hot water: Laura Janke (above at her March 25 court hearing) pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit racketeering on Tuesday in Boston and may testify against Lori who is fighting the charges against her

Hot water: Laura Janke (above at her March 25 court hearing) pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit racketeering on Tuesday in Boston and may testify against Lori who is fighting the charges against her

Huffman pleaded guilty in federal court to paying Singer $15,000 to have a proctor correct her older daughter's answers on the SAT. 

Sentencing was set for September 13. Prosecutors are seeking four to 10 months behind bars.

Because she agreed to plead guilty, prosecutors said they would recommend four months in prison but the judge could also choose not to put her behind bars at all. 

Meanwhile Lori and Mossimo have rejected a plea deal and plan to fight the charges against them, which carry a 40 years sentence. 

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

Taking a different approach: Fellow actress Felicity Huffman has pleaded guilty to to paying Singer $15,000 to have a proctor correct her older daughter's answers on the SAT. She faces four months in jail

Taking a different approach: Fellow actress Felicity Huffman has pleaded guilty to to paying Singer $15,000 to have a proctor correct her older daughter's answers on the SAT. She faces four months in jail

 

 

 


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Olivia Jade looks carefree on nightclub outing as USC soccer coach pleads guilty to faking profiles

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