Olivia Jade, the 20-year-old daughter of Full House star Lori Loughlin and fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli, is celebrating Valentine’s Day with someone special this year. She shared a photo of herself curled up next to her boyfriend, Jackson Guthy, on Instagram in honor of the holiday. The pair have dated on and off, and appear to be happy as can be right now.
After the news of the college admissions scandal broke last year, Olivia and Jackson temporarily broke up. Once the dust had settled a few months later, they got back together and have been an item ever since.
“Happy Valentine’s Day,” she captioned the post.
In the sweet post, Jackson and Olivia are snuggled on the couch with a blanket. Guthy’s hand is raised as he waves and smiles at the camera.
While this pair’s relationship may have had some rocky moments over the past year, Olivia has now found comfort with Jackson as she faces all the heat and backlash her family is currently going through. Guthy, a singer and songwriter from Los Angeles, California, has offered counsel to his younger girlfriend.
As The Inquisitr previously reported, inside sources have said that Guthy’s influence and support have kept Olivia going through many dark days.
“Jackson has been there for Olivia since this news broke and she loves that he never judges her and she can confide in him completely. He is there to listen whenever she needs someone to talk to and he’s been a very calming source of comfort,” the source said.
It’s likely that Olivia will still require that comfort in coming months as her parents prepare to go to trial for their alleged role in the college admissions scandal. Loughlin and Giannulli have been accused of working with Rick Singer, the admitted mastermind of the scandal, to get both Olivia and her older sister Isabella into the University of Southern California through cheating. This involved an alleged bribe to the tune of a whopping $500,000. The parents claimed they never intended the money to be a bribe but simply a donation to the school.
It was just this week that the forged crew resume that was used for one of the couple’s daughters was released publicly, with the first name redacted, as Page Six reported.
The resume listed dozens of awards and achievements the individual had allegedly earned, despite the fact that neither daughter is known to have participated in the sport.