Lori Loughlin sent high-five emoji to college scam mastermind after daughter Olivia got into USC

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Footage of Lori Loughlin's daughter saying having famous parents is a 'blessing' has resurfaced as a further look at an affidavit in the biggest college acceptance scam in US history reveals the mother sent a high-five emoji to the scheme's mastermind when learning they'd been successful.

Actress Loughlin and her designer husband Massimo Giannulli are accused in the scandal where 50 parents, coaches and associates connected to American colleges face prosecution as William 'Rick' Singer pleads guilty to racketeering among other offenses.

Documents - November - Singer - Giannullis - Bearing

Documents reveal that 'on or about November 16, 2017, [Singer] sent the Giannullis an e-mail bearing the subject line, 'CONGRATULATIONS!!!' with their younger daughter's conditional acceptance letter attached.'

It's claimed Loughlin responded to Olivia Jade following in her elder daughter Isabella's footsteps and being accepted to University of Southern California, with: 'This is wonderful news! [High-Five Emoji].'

Emoticons - Emoji - Palm - Palms - Viewer

Several emoticons could be identified as the 'high-five emoji', whether the single splayed palm, two palms facing the viewer with the thumbs nearly touching, or palms pressed together.

The latter emoticon can also be identified as the 'praying' emoji and is suggested on the emoji keyboard when 'thanks' or 'thank you' is written. It's not clear exactly which emoticon Loughlin used when the transcript says she used a 'high-five emoji'.

Affidavit - Singer - 'Please - Continue - Hush

The affidavit states Singer] replied: 'Please continue to keep hush hush till March' and Loughlin responded: 'Yes, of course.'

According to documents, Loughlin and Giannulli allegedly emailed college cheating scandal mastermind William 'Rick' Singer in 2016 about their daughters' college prospects, stating that they wanted to do the necessary work to see that the girls got into USC as opposed to Arizona State University.

Prosecutors - Boston - Singer - Racketeering - Scheme

Federal prosecutors in Boston charged Singer, 58, with running the racketeering scheme through his Edge College & Career Network. His network served a roster of clients including actresses and chief executives.

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