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Lori Loughlin at Mossimo Giannulli is well on their way to having a day in court regarding the college admission scandal.

If prosecutors have anything to say about it, come out, they will insist Olivia Jade at Isabella RoseParents are endless – including a major document at the dump this week. In it, the public released nearly 500 records, including emails, which appear to show the true scope and nature of the alleged involvement of the couple in today’s admission scandal scandal.

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According to the email dump, an unnamed one USC the official was in contact with Giannulli in early September 2016, apparently trying to outwit the fashion designer who was more likely to donate to his alma mater. Emailing Lori’s wife about a “check in” about the status of her potential university help, the officer asked about whether Isabella Rose planned to “continue the process of entering USC,” and wrote :

“Please let me know if I can be useful in setting up a 1: 1 opportunity for her, customized campus tours for family and / or a classroom visit. I will also flag his application. “

There’s nothing like allowing rich and well-connected lives, you know ?! Jeez …

Now, the release of the email has prompted USC to come out and reject any wrongdoing. In a statement to The New York Times this week, the school cracked back:

“Giannullis’s offering is not special or unique. Tours, classroom visits and meetings are offered regularly. The primary purpose of a flag is to monitor the outcome of the admissions review process. It is not a substitute for otherwise qualified for admission to USC. “

That may be true!

The rowers and their mother! / (c) FayesVision / WENN.

Giannulli’s offer was slightly turned down to donate to the school, somehow, even going so far as to pass the entire email chain with USC officials to Lori, and adding (below):

“That’s the best I’ve ever experienced in someone’s explosion.”

Ha! Is there a bit of humor, isn’t he ?!

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But other messages released in the data dump appear to be a bit more damaging – both to the El Lay-area university and to the Fuller House star and her husband.

Another email shows that in August of 2016, a month before USC officials reached Mossimo, the alleged ringleader of the scandal William “Rick” Singer he seems to have done his part on behalf of Olivia Jade and Isabella Rose.

Writing at the head of fashion, Singer informed her about the status of her daughters’ applications – as well as creating a rowing portfolio, as you can read here:

“I met USC today about (redised). I needed a PDF of his transcripts and test scores as I created a coxswain portfolio for him. Maybe it would help to get a picture with him at an ERG (an indoor rowing machine) in workout clothes like a true athlete. “

Hmmm … that one looks a bit more suspicious! Just saying!

Not inspired by the fake drawing profile and the set-up of photos while wearing “workout clothes like a real athlete,” Giannulli simply replied:

“It’s wonderful. Everything is available.”

And again, in another email that proves much:

“Thank you very much, I think we are square.”

Well, well, it seems … sounds pretty suspicious, to say the least, but we’re not federal prosecutors and it’s not a court of law! Who knows what will happen next !!!

Doesn’t it feel like a million years ago Felicity Huffman Macy had pled guilty, served her time, and moved her f ** k into her life ?! Not a bad route to take, apparently … / (c) FayesVision / WENN

As we all know, Isabella Rose was eventually admitted to USC, along with her younger sister (and is growing up fast YouTube star) Olivia Jade who is fast following in her footsteps next year.

And as they say, the rest is history …

What does U think, Perezcious readers ?? With all that in mind, is there a government case here? Are Lori and Mossimo set to go to jail, or are they going scot-free?

Sound OFF about the whole scandal and more in the comments (below) …

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