A Document Thought to Be Olivia Jade’s Phony Crew Resume Details Many (Not Real) Rowing Accomplishments

That’s a lot of gold medals for a social media influencer

Prosecutors in the “Operation Varsity Blues” trial released an athletic resume Friday that was allegedly submitted to USC for Lori Loughlin’s daughter, Olivia Jade Giannulli, painting her as a champion high school coxswain, though she had never participated in crew.

The resume was part of an exhaustive document dump by the feds after Loughlin and husband Mossimo Giannulli—on trial for allegedly spending $500,000 in bribes through scandal mastermind Rick Singer to get their two daughters into USC—accused the government of withholding evidence. Now, the couple might be regretting that move.

Though the applicant’s first name is redacted, the last name on the resume is Giannulli and it lists her high school graduation date as 2018, which matches up with Olivia Jade’s graduation date.

The connection to reality ends there. The document boasts that Olivia Jade—an internet influencer known predominantly for makeup tutorials—took two gold medals and one silver at the San Diego Crew Classic from 2014 to 2016.

In 2016/2017, the resume places her on her high school’s Women’s Varsity 8 boat as well as the Men’s JV 4 boat. In the previous academic year, Olivia is credited with winning silver and bronze at the U.S. Rowing Southwest Regional Championship, as well as a silver medal in the Christmas Regatta.

Her skill set is listed as, “Awareness, organization, direction and steering.”

Older sister, Isabella, who was already at USC when Olivia applied, is also referred to in the resume, which states, “Her sister is currently on our roster and fills the position in our #4 boat.” Prosecutors contend that Isabella also has no rowing experience.

Both sisters have left USC as their parents plead not guilty in court. Olivia Jade has since returned to her legions of fans on social media.

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