LORI Loughlin's daughter is reportedly "really embarrassed" after "staged" rowing photos of her where released during the college admissions scandal.
Last week photos surfaced from court documents showing Lori's daughters using rowing machines.
Pictures of the girls were allegedly submitted to get them into the University of Southern California.
According to the documents, Olivia Jade and Bella Rose Giannulli posed for pictures on the machines.
A source told UsWeekly Tuesday that Olivia, 20, was "really embarrassed" by the publication of the picture and realized that if she began posting again on Instagram, "everyone would be shading her" in the comments section.
Olivia and her sister Bella, 21, who also posed for a photo on an indoor rower, have been self-isolating together during the coronavirus stay at home order in Los Angeles while Loughlin and husband Mossimo Giannulli remain at their mansion.
UsWeekly's source explained: "Olivia was going to go back to her parents' home with Bella and focus on filming content and getting back to her old digital life.
"After the photos came out, Olivia took a step back and even postponed some online collaborations with friends."
"This has been a tough setback for Olivia."
After the photos came out, Olivia took a step back and even postponed some online collaborations with friends
Court papers also showed emails from college admissions scandal plan mastermind, William Rick Singer.
"Lori and Moss, I met with USC today," they read.
"I need a PDF of her transcript and test scores very soon while I create a coxswain portfolio for her."
He then added about Bella: "It would probably help to get a picture with her on an ERG in workout clothes like a real athlete too.”
And a copy of Olivia's alleged resume, also released by prosecutors, portrayed her as a "highly talented" athlete who had won several rowing competitions.
Full House star Loughlin and Giannulli, a designer, allegedly staged their daughters' photos as part of their efforts to get the girls into the prestigious University of Southern California on fraudulent athletic credentials.
They were arrested in March 2019 and are accused by federal prosecutors of paying $500,000 to ensure their daughters would be accepted to USC as crew recruits.
The couple pleaded not guilty to charges including conspiracy to commit mail fraud and conspiracy to commit money laundering.
They are due to stand trial in October.
It comes as daytime talk show host Wendy Williams slammed Lori Loughlin for the rowing photos.
Wendy said: "Lori I have no idea who you thought you were fooling, with your daughter, in this foolish rowing incident.
She went on: "Olivia and Isabella on rowing machines — I don't know what to say except next."
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