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beauty chains of four on Thursday ended its partnership with social media influencer a livia jade following a massive college cheating scandal allegedly involving her celebrity parents actress Lori Loughlin and fashion designer Mossimo gin newly the couple are among the fifty people charged in what's been dubbed operation varsity blues accused of conspiring to get kids into elite colleges under false pretenses by arranging for doctored entrance exams or bribing college coaches to accept them for athletic abilities they do not possess actress Felicity Huffman was also charged in the case in an email to Reuters a Sephora spokesperson said quote after careful review of recent developments we have made the decision to end the Sephora collection partnership with a livia jade effective immediately jade who has more than three million followers on Instagram and YouTube combined was thrashed online shortly after details of the fraud scheme emerged her mother a frequent star on the hallmark channel which dropped by the network Thursday Lachlan engine newly were accused of paying bribes of five hundred thousand dollars to help their daughters a livia and Isabella get into the university of southern California I don't really care about school as you guys , the case has also sparked at least two lawsuits from angry students who claim they were denied entry to top schools as a result of the scheme the central figure in the justice department's case college counselor William Rick singer is said to have received twenty five million dollars from wealthy parents to guarantee their children's admission to schools including Yale Georgetown and Wake Forest those involved in the alleged scam could all face up to twenty years in prison if convicted