The 21-year-old influencer took to Instagram on Saturday to share a video of her in a black dress celebrating 2021 with a drink in her hand while dancing with friends. The post also contained a few photos of the celebrations that took place on a balcony overlooking the ocean.
“2021 let’s keep the sentiment good, k?” She commented the post.
The star has good reason for wanting to say goodbye to 2020 since it was the year that she and her family faced a large amount of controversy that drove her mother to two months in prison. Meanwhile, her father, Musimo Giannulli, Is serving a five-month prison sentence in California for his role in the nationwide fraud.
Olivia Jade was probably in good spirits thanks to her being She reunited with her mother last week After her release. According to the source who spoke to him People Magazine, Loughlin immediately went from prison to meet Olivia and her other daughter, Isabella, for an emotional and passionate reunion.
The actress was sentenced to two months in prison behind bars in August after she and her fashion designer husband plead guilty to charges stemming from $ 500,000 payments to the fraud mastermind. William “Rick” Singer To recruit their daughters into the USC Staff Team. The two did not participate in the sport.
Laughlin’s release meant she came one step closer to putting national scandal behind her, although it is important to note that her sentence was not formally completed after she was released. In their Call agreement, Loughlin agreed to serve for two months and pay a $ 150,000 fine plus two years of supervised release and 100 hours of community service. Meanwhile, Giannoli was ordered to pay a $ 250,000 fine with two years of supervised release and 250 hours of community service in addition to a five-month prison sentence.
While her mother was incarcerated, the 21-year-old made headlines First ever interview about a national scandal. He talks to Jada Pinkett Smith In “Red Table Talk” Olivia talks about her parents’ imprisonment, Not to be angry with them And the backlash she encountered online because of her privilege.
“It was hard, I think, for anyone,” admitted the former University of Southern California student. “Whatever the situation, you don’t want to see your parents go to jail. But I think it’s imperative for us to move forward and move on.”
Olivia described feeling “embarrassed” and “ashamed” when the bribery scandal broke out in March 2019. She also claims that she has since learned of her family’s “mistake”.
She said, “I think what wasn’t public was that there was no justification or justification for what happened because what happened was a mistake. And I think everyone in my family could be like, ‘It’s messed around. It was a big mistake. But I think what is very important to me is learning from wrong, not feeling ashamed and punished now and not being given a second chance because I am 21 years old. I feel like I deserve a second chance to redeem myself, to show that I have “slept”.
The story of Olivia Gade’s comeback continues after she hinted last week that she was thinking Return to YouTube.