Mass fraud for college admission, which covered 50 people in a federal indictment, now costs one of the two famous actresses of a big deal.
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Laurie Lowin, known to many as Aunt Becky at the Full House TV show, has been withdrawn from the Hallmark channel, where she has been featured in a number of films in recent years, the company said in a statement.
"We are saddened by the latest news about accusations of college admission," said Crown Media's parent company Hallmark Channel on Thursday afternoon. "We are no longer working with Laurie Lowin and we have stopped developing all of the productions that are broadcast on the Crown Media Family Network's Channels with Laurie Lowin, including secrets for garage sales, independent third-party production."
There is no more work on Loughlin on the net, including shows that have already been filmed.
Lafflin appeared in court on Wednesday and was released on a secure $ 1
“/> Laura Lawlin appeared in court, March 13, 2019.
Laurie Lawlin was not the only one in the family, you lost your job be over the scandal. Cephora announced on Thursday that they refused to partner with Lawlin's daughter Olivia Jade, a popular YouTube blogger and freshman at the University of Southern California (USC).
"After careful review of recent events, we have decided to end the partnership of Sephora Collection with Olivia Jade, in force immediately," said the makeup company.
Federal criminal proceedings are not the only ones to enter the judicial system for the admission scheme at college. Now a lawsuit by two California students at a federal court in northern California by two students at Stanford University, one of the eight elite colleges listed in the lawsuit, all of which relate to bribery.
In the costume, students Erica Olsen and Calea Woods claimed they both went through the legitimate and rigorous Stanford admission process, and "they were never informed that the admission process was an unfair, well-defined process in which wealthy parents can buy at university through a bribe. "
The claim also points to the University of Southern California, the University of California at Los Angeles, the University of San Diego, the University of Texas, Wake Forest, Yale University and Georgetown University.
The investigation into college fraud indicates that people associated with different sports teams in each of these schools have been involved in admitting students.
Olsen, according to the lawsuit, applied for Yale University in 2017, presenting a "starred standardized test result and a brilliant profile that includes a talented athlete and dancer."
Olsen noted that she had paid an application fee of about $ 80, according to the case.
"If she knew the system at Yale University was distorted and tampered with, she would not have to spend the money to apply for the school," the lawsuit said. "She also did not get what she paid for – a fair trial for confessions."
Olsen claims she was damaged by the recognition scandal because her Stanford grade "is not worth as much as it used to be, because current employers can question whether she has been admitted to the university on her own merits, against parents who were willing to bribe school workers. "
"Megan Kenily" contributed to this report.