The sham rowing résumé used to get Lori Loughlin’s younger daughter into the University of Southern California has surfaced in a court filing.
The bogus bio falsely claims the daughter, whose name is redacted, won a bevy of bronze, silver and gold medals in crew competitions around California between 2014 and 2017, even though prosecutors claim she never rowed on a team.
Among the phony honors on the 1-page curriculum vitae are two top-15 finishes at the famed “Head of the Charles” regatta competition in Boston, one of the world’s largest rowing events.
It describes the daughter as a “highly talented” coxswain who excels at “direction and steering” and has been “successful in both men’s and women’s boats.”
“Her sister is currently on our roster and fills the position of our #4 boat,” the bio falsely states.
Prosecutors revealed the fake credentials, which were submitted to USC’s athletic subcommittee, as they blasted Loughlin’s recent claim federal officials should be forced to turn over witness interview transcripts because they “improperly” withheld exculpatory evidence.
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Loughlin and her fashion designer husband Mossimo Giannulli are fighting charges they illegally paid $500,000 to get their daughters Isabella Rose, 21, and Olivia Jade, 20, into USC as crew team recruits.
They’ve pleaded not guilty to charges of mail fraud, money laundering and bribery.
Prosecutors claim the “Full House" actress and her husband staged photos of the girls on rowing machines to bolster their fraudulent résumés.
In their 12-page response filed Friday in federal court in Boston, prosecutors said they’ve carefully fulfilled their obligation to turn over any possibly “exculpatory” evidence.
They said claims they waited until the “last minute” to disclose certain statements from admitted scam mastermind William “Rick” Singer are unfounded because the nuggets noted by Loughlin in a January filing were from an interview “conducted in December.”
“The government has broad powers, but they do not include mental telepathy or time travel. The government cannot disclose witness statements before the witnesses make them,” prosecutors said.
“While the defendants may, understandably, be upset about the lack of exculpatory evidence, the absence of such evidence is a result of their criminal conduct, not any government disclosure violations,” they said.
A woman who answered the phone at the Head of The Charles offices in Boston on Monday said results of its races are listed online.
“We don’t have a comment on that," she said of Olivia Jade’s résumé. “The results of the races are listed, so people can look it up.”