A onetime classmate of Olivia Jade Giannulli’s said she was always suspicious of how she got into the University of Southern California. YouTuber Harlow Brooks, 18, who went to high school with Lori Loughlin’s daughter Olivia Jade at Marymount High School, posted a video to her channel detailing how she was shocked to learn her classmate was admitted to USC. “I was like, ‘Wow that's kind of crazy, because USC is kind of very, extremely hard to get into,’” she says in the video.
Since uploading the video to her YouTube channel, Harlow made a second video explaining how girls she attended Marymount High School with started threatening her through DM’s. She also says that the high school newspaper threatened her as well. You can read all the drama and see the original videos behind the cut.
Recently Lori Loughlin was charged with the crime of paying $500,000 to have her daughters admitted to USC by a scheme of pretending they were on the rowing team. This was crazy because I went to the same high school as Olivia Jade! I think the latest is that Lori is out on bail... I guess we'll see what happens. #collegecheatingscandal
Hey guys it's Harlow! You guys have probably seen my last video about the #collegecheatingscandal where I talked about my experience attending high school with Olivia Jade. After I posted that it kind of went crazy, and people had a lot to say. Some of her other classmates expressed their point of view, but others simply decided to attack me and threaten lawsuits. As I said before, this is my experience and everyone is entitled to their own opinion. All the love to you guys!
“Marymount High School is proud to have a diverse student body, which is made up of students who come from a variety of ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds. Throughout its history, Marymount has empowered young women to live lives that make a difference, promoting change and good for the world,” said the elite LA private institution in an official statement.
“It is unfortunate and disturbing that someone who spent only three days at Marymount would make false, misleading and harmful statements about the school and current and former members of its student body.”
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