AceShowbiz - Lori Loughlin's bribery case has apparently taken a toll on her daughters' relationships with their boyfriends. Words are her daughter Isabella Rose has broken up with her boyfriend Nick Penske after dating for around a year.
A source says the college admissions scandal caused a strain in Bella's relationship with Nick. "[They] had boyfriends and both of them broke up with them," the source tells Us Weekly about Lori's two daughters. The source adds that the sisters' parents' alleged involvement in the nationwide scandal has been "too much to deal with."
Bella and Nick reportedly started seeing each other in the summer of 2018, when she started posting his pictures on her Instagram page. She has recently deleted most of their pictures together and unfollowed him on the social media site. However, Bella's sister, Olivia, is still following him.
News of Bella's split from Nick comes just a few weeks after her younger sister Olivia was rumored to have broken up with her own boyfriend Jackson Guthy. "Olivia and Jackson have been cooling off for a couple months," a so-called insider told Us Weekly earlier this month. "They aren't together anymore, but are still very cordial and really do remain friends."
Prior to their split, Olivia reportedly left her family's home and moved into her then-beau's Malibu pad. "Whether it be the occasional coffee run or just being physically near her, he's trying to be supportive," another insider said of the former couple. "It hasn't always been easy, given the crazy amount of spotlight on them right now."
However, the 19-year-old YouTube star and the 23-year-old singer-songwriter "haven't been spending as much time together [as] they were before" in the wake of the college admissions scandal.
Bella and Olivia's parents Lori and Mossimo Giannulli have pleaded not guilty to charges of conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud and conspiracy to commit money laundering to get their daughters admitted into the University of Southern California. They are facing up to 40 years in prison if found guilty.