Nine months after the news that his parents, Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli, were charged with federal charges for their alleged involvement in the scandal of admission to the University of Operation Varsity Blues, Olivia Jade Giannulli returned to her YouTube channel . The 20-year-old social media influencer posted a video titled "Hello again," and told fans that she is not legally authorized to talk about her parents' case, and also admitted that she was not sure when she should do it. . Make your return.
Speaking directly to the camera, Olivia said she wished she could talk about everything that is happening because it is something that must be addressed. But, unfortunately, now is not the time. Olivia also explained how and why she decided to return to YouTube now instead of waiting until her parents' case ended.
"A part of me is like," Should I go back to YouTube right now? "Because it's been so long and really, I really miss him. Like, I really miss filming," Olivia said. "I feel that a large part of me is simply not the same because this is something that really fascinates me, it's something that really I like to do,quot;.
He went on to say he didn't know what to do, and debated for about seven or eight months. Olivia says she wondered what the point of posting videos would be again since she couldn't say anything. But, she wanted to return, and decided to leave it that way.
Olivia thanked her fans for her patience, and appreciates that so many people expected to hear from her. He added that he wants to move on with his life and not try to be selfish, but it's hard not to do it for her. However, how he has been dealing with things for the past nine months was not the point of his video.
"However, I am terrified of making this video and coming back, I know that I also want to start taking smaller steps in the right direction for people who have been talking and wondering," Olivia said. "The moral of the story is that I missed them a lot and I'm very excited to start filming again and uploading videos and I really hope you enjoy the vlog."
In a matter of hours, the video already has half a million views, and comments are coming. There seems to be a lot of support from fans, and they applauded Olivia for her courage to return.
Meanwhile, Olivia Jade's parents, Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli, face up to 50 years in prison after they allegedly paid $ 500,000 in bribes so that Olivia and her sister, Isabella, were designated as crew recruits (although none of both participated in the sport) so that they could enter the University of Southern California.