The alleged fake athletic resume used by actress Lori Loughlin's daughter to try and falsely obtain admission to colleges has now leaked on the internet, after the prosecution introduced it as evidence this week.
The document doesn't specify which daughter the resume corresponds to, but the high school graduation date corresponds with Olivia Jade Loughlin, according to the NY Post.
The resume claims that the daughter was an award winning crew athlete, but neither of Loughlin's daughters is believed to have participated in the sport. The resume also brags about gold medal wins at the San Diego Crew Classic and “awareness, organization, direction and steering” skills.
It calls the daughter "highly talented". And that may not be false - it just has nothing to do with rowing. Daughter Olivia was best known as an online influencer, racking up millions of online followers and using her platform to advertise hair and makeup products.
As the Post notes, there were also copies of two checks included in the prosecution's evidence. Each check was for $50,000 and were made out to "USC Women's Athletics".
Loughlin and her 56-year-old husband Mossimo Giannulli have been accused of paying $500,000 in bribes to get their daughters into the University of Southern California. They contend they are not guilty, and that federal prosecutors have intentionally withheld evidence in their case.
Just days ago, we noted that Ex-PIMCO CEO Douglas Hodge, got 9 months in prison for his role in the scandal.
In April 2019, we reported that Hodge was suiting up to muster an aggressive legal defense alongside of Loughlin. In retrospect, it did not work.
Meanwhile, as we followed up earlier this month, Loughlin faces up to 45 years in prison if convicted on all charges - though the chances of this actually happening fall somewhere between slim and none based on the short sentences handed out to other offenders in the scandal. Loughlin had faced two years under a plea deal she declined, according to TMZ.