Olivia Jade’s Former Classmate Speaks Out Amid College Cheating Scandal: ‘It Just Didn’t Make Sense To Me’

Olivia Jade‘s former highschool classmate speaks out to “share a little bit of [her] tea”! As we reported, Lori Loughlin and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, have been indicted for allegedly paying bribes totaling $500,000 to have each of their kids — together with 20-year-old Isabella Rose — recruited for the USC crew crew, regardless of not taking part in the game. Related: Student Who ‘Unknowingly’ Benefitted From College Scheme Apologizes Last week, fellow YouTube star, Harlow Brooks, made a video titled, “I went to school with Olivia Jade… the real problem,” the place she reveals she went to the identical Los Angeles personal establishment as the Giannulli sisters, and even shared a category with Olivia. Brooks — now a highschool senior — attended the unnamed faculty throughout her junior 12 months, however is now not a pupil at Olivia’s alma mater. Harlow dished: “I remember when I was touring the school I saw a picture of Olivia Jade’s sister actually on the wall with the seniors and it was like, ‘Congratulations Bella for getting into USC!’… And I was like, ‘Wow … USC is super hard to get into.’… Then I remember hearing later that Olivia had also gotten into USC and I was like, ‘Whoa, that’s kind of crazy because USC is very extremely hard to get into.’ So not only one sister, but both of them.’” Though she was impressed, Brooks assumed that the 2 might have gotten in as a result of “their mom’s a celebrity” or as a result of she “donates a lot of money” to the college. Fellow YouTube star Harlow Brooks stated she shared a category with Olivia Jade. / (c) Harlow Brooks/YouTubeIn the clip, Harlow provides background details about the super-competitive world of the Los Angeles personal faculty scene. She revealed: “There’s a network of five to seven or so private schools in Los Angeles that are $30,000 to $45,000 in tuition every year. The work is literally harder than college. It is insane what these students go through to go to these schools because their parents think that they need to. They want them to go to Yale and Harvard and USC.” In reality, due to her personal insane schedule, Brooks didn’t perceive how Olivia might juggle schoolwork whereas making YouTube movies. “I would have to get up at 6:00 a.m. every morning and I would leave school at 4:00 p.m. and then I would have six hours of homework… It made me think, ‘How is she doing this? How does she travel for YouTube? How does she have time to make YouTube videos? An arrangement with the school or something?’ It just didn’t make sense to me. These schools, your life is literally, 100 percent school.’” Harlow even revealed that college students allegedly resorted to medicine — together with Adderall, anti-depressants, and anti-anxiety drugs — to take care of the stress. “It’s all this stress and pressure for no point, except to say that you went to this certain high school, and I think that’s why they go… Because the rich people in L.A. want their kids to go to these schools so they can say they go to these schools so people know they pay $50,000 for their high school. It’s a super weird world.” While Brooks has no firsthand data of Olivia’s highschool grades, she doubts Loughlin’s youngest daughter had an ideal GPA. “Seeing as I am a person who loves school and do really well at school and I couldn’t even handle the workload — I know that she’s publicly stated that she doesn’t like school — I can’t even imagine making it through a school like that if you are not committed.” After listening to in regards to the school dishonest scandal, Harlow is “not going to say I was surprised because we are in that world.” WATCH the total clip (beneath): [embedded content] As we wrote, Olivia and Isabella are reportedly not returning to USC in concern that they might be “viciously bullied” in the event that they went again. Apparently, Olivia “is a mess, despondent, and feeling like it’s the end of the world.” For now, the Giannulli sisters will “lay low,” and won’t enroll in one other faculty anytime quickly. [Image via Harlow Brooks/YouTube/Brian To/WENN.] … Read extra at perezhilton.com/olivia-jade-harlow-brooks-scandal/