Olivia Jade is speaking out for the first time over the college bribery scandal and what she has to say isn't pretty.
Lori Loughlin's 19-year-old daughter shared a post moments ago that's short and to the point.
Sticking both of her middle fingers in the air, Olivia Jade tags several media outlets who have done exclusive stories on her based on sources.
It appears the beauty vblogger is directly addressing several rumors that have been circulating lately, including that she was dropped from her sorority and she's no longer attending USC.
This is the first time Olivia Jade has addressed the college bribery scandal since it broke earlier this year.
They are "eager to clear their names" and say the accusations brought against them are "baseless."
Interestingly enough, Olivia Jade just returned to Instagram last week to wish her mom a happy birthday.
Meanwhile, Olivia Jade has abandoned her budding YouTube career as a digital influencer in the wake of her mother and father being charged by federal authorities.
According to prosecutors, both Olivia and Isabella could possibly be called as witnesses to testify against their parents, and spill their guts on their part in the alleged fraud that was carried out to gain admissions to USC.
Court documents state that their parents "agreed to pay bribes totaling $500,000 in exchange for having their two daughters designated as recruits to the USC crew team — despite the fact that they did not participate in crew — thereby facilitating their admission to USC."
Olivia Jade's career isn't the only one hurting from the scandal either.
As The Blast reported, Hallmark ousted Loughlin from "When Calls The Heart" and the network all together.
There's already a "College Admissions Scandal" is currently in the works, but neither Loughlin or Felicity Huffman are being considered for the roles based upon themselves.