There’s nothing unique about a child blaming their parents for ruining her life — but this time, it looks like it’s actually true.
Olivia Jade was making mucho dinero as a Social Media ‘Influencer’ until her parents ruined everything. How mucho was the dinero? Muy mucho. According to online estimates, the not-quite-20-year-old’s net worth is somewhere between $400,000 to $1 Million for her (formerly) lucrative Instagram page (over 1 million followers) and YouTube (over 2 million subscribers) lifestyle vlog. It’s believed that the advertising on her YouTube channel alone nets her approximately $800 per day.
She began the blog in 2013 and posted videos on fashion, makeup, hairstyles, and life as a wealthy teen. When she was accepted to the University of Southern California, her college student status became part of her branding.
That is — until her parents’ role in the ‘Varsity Blues’ college admissions scam was exposed.
Not surprisingly, Olivia Jade isn’t too happy with mommy and daddy.
Lori Loughlin’s daughter Olivia Jade is reportedly furious with her parents after the Full House actress and her husband were charged in the college bribery scandal.
Sources say Olivia, 19, had begged her parents to let her focus on her career as a YouTube vlogger and Instagram influencer, but they pushed her to go to school.
Now, after being dropped by major brands including Sephora and TRESemme, Olivia believes ‘they have ruined everything’.
When news of the scam broke, some of Olivia Jade’s videos came back to haunt her in the Media(D). She had said that she didn’t really want to go to college for the educational aspects but wanted ‘the college experience’ by which she meant ‘game days and partying.’
Her sister, Bella, seemed to be more academically inclined and had wanted to finish her degree at the University of Southern California. Both girls have withdrawn their enrollment at USC after it was revealed that their parents, Full House actress, Laurie Laughlin, and fashion designer, Mossimo Giannulli, colluded with ‘college fixer’, William Rick Singer, to have the girls admitted as crew recruits despite having not been on their high school’s rowing team. Neither of the girls has enrolled in another college.
Although their friends have been supportive, both Olivia Jade and Bella Jade are suffering from the decisions made by their parents.
‘[Olivia] is really angry with her parents because she told them she did not want to go to college and she was pushed,’ the source added.
‘She has been passionate about her career and wanted to work and was doing well, but that wasn’t enough. Her parents said she would have to juggle college and her career.’
‘Now she’s devastated because everything she built imploded before her eyes. She feels they ruined everything.’
The source said that Olivia is so embarrassed by the scandal that she ‘doesn’t even want to go out’.
Source: Daily Mail
Normally, the angsty teen complaint, ‘You’re ruining my life!’ is a backlash against grounding, restrictive parenting, or otherwise attempting to protect a teen from their own destructive behavior. This time, it seems that in Laughlin and Giannulli’s insistence on sending their daughter that was uninterested in college — and allegedly committing a crime in order ensure that she did go — really has ruined her future. Her brand is damaged, her lucrative career is over and it wasn’t her fault. It was her parents’ destructive behavior that cost her everything.
Yeah, I get why she’s angry.
ClashDaily.com’s, Editor-In-Chief, Doug Giles how-to book:
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