The 19-year-old YouTube star, who has been staying at her boyfriend's Malibu pad, is reportedly 'trying to live her life normally' amid the college admissions scandal.

AceShowbiz - Lori Loughlin's daughter Olivia Jade doesn't seem to care a bit about her parents' legal issues amid the college admissions scandal. The social media star reportedly partied with her friends in Los Angeles over the weekend, just days before her parents rejected a plea deal for their alleged involvement in the college bribery known as Operation Varsity Blues.

A source tells Us Weekly that the 19-year-old and her friends "were drinking, laughing and stayed out late." She's reportedly "trying to live her life normally again" after losing several brand partnerships and being forced to lay low following her parents' arrest.

"Olivia is focusing all her time on hanging with her friends, a lot of whom are social media influencers and internet stars, and she's been filming some content with them," the source adds of the YouTuber.

It was previously reported that Olivia isn't on speaking terms with her parents after the scandal was unearthed. "Olivia is furious with her parents and it's going to take a lot to repair their relationship," a source told E! News. "She blames them entirely and feels they have ruined her career."

Olivia is said to be staying with her boyfriend, model Jackson Guthy, in Malibu amid the scandal. Another source told Us Weekly that Olivia "is still very upset" at her mother Lori and father Mossimo Giannulli.

The pair were among 50 people indicted in the nationwide college admissions cheating scandal. They are accused of paying $500,000 to get their daughters, Olivia and Isabella Rose, admitted into the University of Southern California by pretending the sisters were competitive rowing recruits, while they had never trained in the sport and had no plans to do so.

After initially charged with conspiracy to commit mail fraud and honest services mail fraud, Lori and Mossimo were indicted on additional charge of money laundering for trying to disguise the bribes as donation for William Singer's purported charity and his for-profit corporation.

Each charge carries a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison. They are currently free on $1 million bond each. The "Fuller House" star is said to have been "in complete denial" about the whole things, but now that she finally realized how serious this is, she "is freaking out" about possible jail time.

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