Lori Loughlin’s Daughters Return To Social Media For The First Time Since College Scandal

Olivia Jade and Bella Giannulli, the daughters of Full House star Lori Loughlin who partook in the college admissions scandal to score them a place at USC, have broken their social media silence for the first time since the news broke in February.

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Ironically, their return to social media was prompted by their mother as they both took to Instagram to share a happy birthday message for the Lifetime actress.

“Happy birthday mama. I love you,” Bella wrote.

Olivia Jade, a former influencer boasting millions of followers, also shared a sweet pic with her mother.

“One day late. Happy birthday. I love you so much,” she wrote.

This is a surprising move for the girls as their relationship with their mother is said to be strained as she reportedly pushed the influencer into going to college despite her not wanting to go.

Olivia admitted on numerous occasions via her previously highly successful YouTube channel that she had no interest in her education.

After the scandal broke, Olivia lost several lucrative partnerships with popular brands including Sephora that she had signed with thanks to her popular standing as an influencer.

But news of the scam led the entire family to go into hiding and their social media accounts went dark, an odd move for someone who previously posted to her millions of followers daily and made money off said posts.

Loughlin and her fashion designer husband pleaded not guilty to money laundering and conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud in April.

An insider told Us Weekly earlier this month that the pair “believe they’ll be exonerated” and that they are “actively engaged in their defence.”