The 19-year-old daughter of actress Lori Loughlin - who was indicted Tuesday in the largest college admission cheating and bribery scheme to be federally prosecuted in US history - posted a video on social media last year in which she said she doesn't "really care about school".
Again, the criminal allegations aren't falling on Giannulli, and she should't be blamed for the fact that she's not in love with college, but it certainly begs the question as to why Loughlin went to such great lengths to allegedly get her daughter into a school that she could care less about.
However, neither sister actually participates in the sport.
"HP worked with Lori Loughlin and Olivia Jade in 2017 for a one-time product campaign", HP said in a statement.
It's not all bad news though, as the attention has helped her gain over 6,000 new subscribers in only two days - before the channel would only attract 300-500 new subscribers a day, according to SocialBlade. The powder, which cost $28, was a huge sense of pride for Olivia Jade who wrote on their website, on a page that has since been pulled, "I want to say a huge thank you to my subscribers for believing in me and making it possible for me to have the opportunity to create such a handsome palette with Sephora Collection".
The couple were among 50 people indicted on Tuesday in a scam to help children of the American elite gain entry into top United States colleges.
The sums that authorities say the accused parents paid in bribes would, for many, finance a college education many times over.
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For those who don't already know, the Fuller House star and husband Mossimo Gianulli are accused of paying $500,000 to get their daughters, Olivia Jade and Isabella Rose, fraudulently designated as part of the crew team at USC, going so far as to even stage photos of the two on rowing exercise machines.
Ms Loughlin and Mr Hodge are among 50 people charged with taking part in a scam that steered graduating high school students into elite universities, including Yale, Georgetown and Stanford, by cheating the admissions process.
Though the palette is now listed as "out of stock" on Sephora's website, the product page was still available for customers to see and write reviews on.
Immediately after the news broke, Hewlett-Packard cut ties with both Lori Loughlin and her Instagram-famous daughter, Olivia Jade, releasing a statement that they had removed their previous collaborations from "all their properties".
Prosecutors say he got his children into school by faking their athletic achievements. Mossimo Giannulli was released on $1 million bond Wednesday. Over 40 parents to college-bound students have been charged of the alleged scheme.
A few days after the video was posted on August 14, 2018, she posted a second video apologizing for her comments.
She was among dozens swept up in what prosecutors called the largest college admissions fraud scheme they'd ever seen. Center was accused of taking up to almost $100,000 to get a student into school by listing him as a tennis recruit and offering him a scholarship for books.
"Please do a video for how you prepared for the SATs", read one comment.