Olivia Jade Giannulli masked as she stepped out for a night on the town with a new mysterious man in the middle of her “Dancing with the Stars” comeback after two years of handling college admissions scandal.
Daughter of Lori Loughlin was discovered by getting cozy with a new guy while she was out on the town with her friends and partying at West Hollywood’s Delilah nightclub. The YouTube influencer wore a white mask, black tank top and brown baggy pants, while her new guy rocked black jeans and a gray jacket. It is unclear what the nature of their relationship is, but they were photographed walking hand in hand and participating in an intimate embrace.
Although the duo were clearly flirtatious, they did not kiss as she diligently wore her mask. He was not wearing a mask.
The star is likely to be under strict rules when it comes to potential exposure given her current run on ABCs “Dance with the stars. “Last week, the YouTube influencer who has spent much of the last two years permeated by the admissions scandal in college, debuted in season 30 of the hit competition show with his professional dance partner, Val Chmerkovskiy.
During the first episode, Olivia Jade was not shy about acknowledging the scandal that her name has been synonymous with since 2019.
“The last couple of years, I’ve been wrapped up in a scandal,” she said during the premiere. “I stepped back from social media and just sucked into what everyone was saying. I’m not trying to pull a shame card, I just need to step forward and do better.”
In addition to Olivia Jade, Sister Isabella was swept up in the scandal after it emerged that their parents paid $ 500,000 to cheat the brain William “Rick” Sanger to get the girls recruited to the University of Southern California’s crew team despite none of the girls having participated in the sport before.
In December, Loughlin finished serving two months behind bars for her role in the scandal. Loughlin agreed to serve two months and pay a $ 150,000 fine along with two years of probation and 100 hours of community service. Her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, was sentenced to pay a $ 250,000 fine with two years of probation and 250 hours of community service in addition to a five-month prison sentence. He got out of jail in April.
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