Olivia Jade is finally breaking her silence about her involvement in the college admission scandal.
As her parents Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli currently serve prison sentences for their part in the school bribery scandal, the YouTube star has filmed a tell-all for Jada Pinkett Smith’s Red Table Talk.
Jada, 49, teased the interview on Twitter as she shared a clip of the 21-year-old at the Red Table.
The Set It Off star wrote: ‘@oliviajadee is now breaking her silence after being caught in the middle of one of the biggest school bribery scandals. Now that her parents Lori Laughlin and Mossimo Giannulli are serving short prison terms for their participation in the scandal …’
Jada added: ‘Olivia Jade felt it was time to speak. Join us at the Red Table TOMORROW.’
Olivia Jade also shared the clip on Instagram as she wrote: ‘Thank you @jadapinkettsmith @adriennebanfieldnorris @willowsmith for bringing me to the table so I can publicly share my experience for the first time.
Olivia Jade is finally breaking her silence about her parents’ involvement in the college admissions scandal (Picture: RED TABLE TALK/FACEBOOK WATCH)
‘Tune in to @redtabletalk tomorrow 9:00 AM PT on @facebookwatch ♥️.’
In a preview obtained by TMZ, Olivia was asked if she understood why people got so upset over the scandal.
The social media star replied: ‘I think I can understand how wrong it is. We had the means to do something and we completely ran with it.’
Lori Loughlin, famed for her role as Rebecca Donaldson, or Aunt Becky, in Full House, is currently serving her two-month sentence at the same low-security prison where Felicity Huffman served her sentence for her part in the scandal.
After she pled guilty to conspiracy to commit wire and mail fraud, the 55-year-old was sentenced and ordered to pay a $150,000 (£122,000) fine, with two years probation.
She will also have to perform 150 hours of community service.
Lori and her husband were accused of paying to get their two daughters – Isabella Rose Giannulli and Olivia Jade Giannulli into the University of Southern California (Picture: Gregg DeGuire/WireImage)
Earlier this year, her husband pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit wire and mail fraud and one count of honest services wire and mail fraud.
As part of his sentence, Mossimo will also pay a $250,000 (£225k) fine and will serve 250 hours of community service.
The When Calls The Heart actress and her husband were two of the 53 people charged as part of a college admissions scam, organised by Rick Singer.
Red Table Table is available to stream on Facebook Watch.
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