Feds Release Olivia Jade's Rowing Resume in Lori Loughlin Case


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We're getting a first-hand look at the alleged resume that was used to get Lori Loughlin's daughter Olivia Jade Giannulli into USC.

Olivia Jade had a list of accomplishments that made recruiters want her to represent their school.

Giannulli's skill on her resume set as "awareness, organization, direction and steering" and says that "she is highly talented and has been successful in both men's and women's boats."

The resume also says she won two gold medals in the San Diego Crew Classic in 2014 and 2016, and it says she participated in Boston's Head of the Charles regatta in 2016 and 2017.

Prosecutors have said that everything on the resume is untrue and was part of Rick Singer's plan to scam the Giannulli's onto the rowing team at USC.

The resume was supposed to show how much she wanted to be apart of the crew team.

The Giannulli's continue to plead not guilty and claim that USC was aware of the plan but prosecutors say otherwise.

"No witness has suggested that USC condoned this scheme, tacitly or otherwise. Nor is the government in possession of any evidence suggesting that anyone at USC, save (Donna) Heinel, was aware the Giannulli children were admitted in exchange for money, or that they were not the athletes they purported to be," prosecutors said.

Many people are upset with the Giannulli's. See some reactions to the resume below.

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