It's unclear whether or not she will be expelled from the school.
Sources close to the two young women say the family feels certain that if the girls went back to university at USC they would be "viciously bullied".
A representative for the Hallmark Channel previously had "no comment" on the situation, according to Yahoo News. Loughlin's daughters allegedly gained entrance into USC as crew recruits, despite not having the credentials to participate in the sport. William "Rick" Singer, the ringleader of the scam and owner of a college counseling service, pleaded guilty in court yesterday on a number of charges.
Giannulli, who goes by Olivia Jade professionally, boasts almost 2 million YouTube subscribers. Jade - whose full name is Olivia Jade Giannulli - and her 20-year-old sister, Isabella Rose Giannulli, both attend the University of Southern California and are involved in the scandal. Mossimo Giannulli was released on $1 million bond Wednesday.
"HP has removed the content from its properties", said the company in a statement. The actress now stars as Abigail Stanton on Hallmark Channel's original series When Calls the Heart, but as of Thursday, the TV network reportedly "cut ties" to Loughlin.
Jennifer Kay Toy, a former teacher in Oakland, Calif., said she believed her son Joshua was not admitted to some colleges, despite his 4.2 grade point average, because wealthy parents thought it was "OK to lie, cheat, steal and bribe their children's way into a good college".
"One was to cheat on the SAT or ACT, and the other was to use his connections with Division I coaches and use bribes to get these parents' kids into school with fake athletic credentials".
"I don't know how much of school I'm going to attend", she said in a video posted to her YouTube channel, which has over 1.9 million subscribers.
One company, HP, has already cut its ties with the 19-year-old.
An attorney representing her parents didn't immediately reply to a request for comment.
The defendants in that case include Singer and accused parents, including "Desperate Housewives" actor Felicity Huffman, Loughlin and Giannulli, and TPG Capital private equity partner William McGlashan Jr., who was sacked by the firm on Thursday.
"This case is about the widening corruption of elite college admissions through the steady application of wealth combined with fraud", Lelling said.
She apologized later but that didn't seem to lessen the sting that she went on social media and had the absolute nerve to tell people that she just wanted to go to USC to party and didn't care at all about her schooling.
It is now unknown whether or not Olivia will be expelled from University of Southern California, where she is now enrolled.