Video Surfaces Of Lori Loughlin's Daughter Saying She Doesn't 'Care About School'

College admissions are challenging enough as they stand — between academic excellence, extracurricular expectations, internships, and hobbies, a lot is being demanded from students to push the envelope.

For elite private colleges, though, there's even more competition — and corruption.

This week, news broke that several known names in Hollywood were involved in a college admissions scam.

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Desperate Housewives' Felicity Huffman, an Fuller House actress Lori Loughlin are among 33 other parents charged in an intricate college admissions bribery scandal.

Of those 33, some are accused of paying from $200,000 to upwards of $6.5 million dollars to bribe the admissions offices of elite colleges.

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In addition, nine college coaches were charged, accused of accepting monetary bribes and granting admission based on false SAT and ACT scores.

Huffman and Loughlin were charged with one felony count of mail fraud.

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Loughlin's husband, designer Mossimo Giannulli was also charged, and both were arrested at their home on Tuesday.

The couple is accused of paying $500,000 to admit their two daughters into USC as members of the crew team.

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Neither daughter actually participated in crew.

Loughlin was ordered released after posting a massive $1 million bond.

The scam has blown admissions corruption into the forefront of the national news cycle, and ignited a public discussion of financial privilege.

However, at the forefront of this story is Loughlin's daughter, Olivia Jade.

Prior to this admissions scam, Olivia was a growing social media superstar.

Her rise as an influencer was seen both on Instagram and YouTube, with over 3 million followers on both platforms combined.

But growing a following on social media requires a level of openness towards her audience that has landed her in hot water.

In the spirit of openness, Olivia shared the exciting news that she would officially be attending college in the fall at USC.

Her take on the anticipated experience has come back to bite her among allegations of admissions fraud.

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She shared a video discussing what she expects and hopes for from her college experience, and it has NOT aged well.

In the video, she explains how she will talk to her deans about how much class she'll attend, and see what can be arranged for her.

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"I don't know how much of school I'm gonna attend...but I do want the experience of like, game days, partying — I don't really care about school, as you guys know."

The comments section across all of her pages has been filled with trolls making fun of the situation, and calling her a cheater.

And the memes have not been nice.

Obviously, this has enraged many who worked extremely hard to be admitted into the same elite colleges that have been bribed.

You can watch the video above.