Transcript for 'Full House' actress dropped by Hallmark amid college admissions scandal
headline of the massive college cheating scandal late today. Major new fallout involving Lori Loughlin from "Full house." She's been dropped from her newest project. And her daughter, Olivia, her makeup line no longer for sale by sephora. The company was paying for her for social media posts. Katie Whitworth on that tonight. Reporter: Tonight career fallout for actress Lori Loughlin days after rushing back from the set of her hallmark show to face arrest in that college cheating admissions scandal. The network saying in a statement, "We are no longer working with Lori Loughlin." You should be proud of yourself. The former "Full house" star and her fashion designer husband are accused of paying bribes to land their daughters at usc, posing them as recruits of the crew team. Her youngest daughter, Olivia, learning of the charges during spring break aboard a yacht owned by the chairman of the usc board of trustees. Tonight, she is facing a backlash of her own. Sephora collection problending rush. Reporter: The social media influencer who is often seen promoting products from her dorm room today losing the support of sephora, which says they're ending partnership immediately. And tonight, we're hearing for the first time from a student directly impacted by that scheme, high school senior jack Buckingham telling "The Hollywood reporter," "I know there are millions of kids out there both wealthy and less fortunate, who grind their -- off, just to have a shot at the college of their dreams. I am upset that I was unknowingly involved in a large scheme that helps give kids who may not work as hard as others an advantage over those who truly deserve those spots." When your friends tell you to lie on your resume, you 100% do not do it. Reporter: But jack's mom, the job coach, who appeared on "Job or no job," allegedly paid the mastermind $50,000 to bribe a proctor and fly mark Riddell, to Houston, to ace the A.C.T. Test in his place, leaving jack in the dark. A month before, his mom ironically posting on Instagram, don't cheat. As for Riddell, a former tennis player and college prep director at an elite sports academy, he's now apologizing for his role saying, "I want to communicate to everyone that I am profoundly sorry for the damage I have done and grief I have caused." All right. Let's get back to Kiana. We're hearing of lawsuits by students who believe they were not admitted because the slots were given to students whose families who cheated. And we're seeing consequences for students currently applying? Reporter: We are, David. Usc taking action that so far, they have identified six students in the application process as being connected to this scheme. They will be denied admission. All right. A lot of new chapters in this story.
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