The 21-year-old YouTuber said she made a decision to address the scandal publicly for the first time so she can own her own mistakes, as well as accept how her privileged life blinded her to the reality of her actions. It's led me to have a completely different outlook on a lot of situations. So when it was happening, it didn't feel wrong. I think although it took a insane experience for me and my family to realize that, I am happy that we do. "I never got to say I'm sorry that this all happened". "And I would too if I wasn't in my boat".
Meanwhile, 57-year-old Giannulli, who prepped for jail by shaving his head, reported to FCI Lompoc in November for his five-month sentence. He faces up to 65 years in prison and a $1.25 million fine. "I just found it really ironic that she chose three Black women to reach out to for her redemption story. And I think that there was a college counselor involved who seemed legitimate and ended up not being legitimate, and in that community, it was not out of the ordinary, and it's embarrassing to say that I didn't know".
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"I have zero sympathy for this girl and her family", one Facebook Watch viewer wrote.
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Pinkett Smith had more empathy for the 21-year old. Adrienne was not not in favor of it, but Jada called it a "practice of compassion".
As part of her personal growth, Giannulli said she's been figuring out ways to give back, like volunteering at an after school program in the largely Black community of Watts, California. She's never scared to voice her opinions and her take on Olivia Jade certainly wasn't her first.
"I just don't have the energy to put into the fact that you lost your endorsement". "I feel like we're here, a white woman coming to black women for support when we're not getting the same thing from them. I was in my own little bubble, focusing about my comfortable world, that I didn't have to look outside that bubble". "And I know that they've struggled". I have worked my whole life to provide for my family'.
'@sofiarichie white privilege supporting white privilege, ' they wrote, adding a clown emoji at the end. But I think what a lot of people don't know is my parents came from a place of, 'I love my kids, I just want to help my kids, whatever is best for them. For so long, I wasn't able to talk about this because of the legalities behind it.
"To learn from the mistake, not to now be shamed and punished and never given a second chance. I'm 21, I feel like I deserve a second chance to redeem myself, to show I've grown", she concluded.
She claimed to Jada and her family that she was "confused" about the application process and she claimed that 'I didn't really 100 percent understand what just had happened'.