Two years ago, a college counselor at Marymount High School, an elite all-girls school on Los Angeles’ Westside, got a call in his office: J. Mossimo Giannulli, the fashion designer and husband of actress Lori Loughlin, was at the front desk and wanted to see him.
The counselor . . . had told USC he doubted that Giannulli’s daughter rowed competitively, as her college application stated, given her busy schedule as a video blogger. Moreover, he shared his concern that her family was working with William “Rick” Singer, an independent counselor [he] suspected was misleading colleges.
On his way downstairs, he thought the visit from Giannulli had something to do with this. He thought right.
Friday, April 10, 2020
"College counselor clashed with Lori Loughlin’s husband over daughter’s qualifications, records show"
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