New reports are surfacing in the case of the alleged bribery from Lori Loughlin of her daughter, Olivia Jade, into the University of Southern California. Reports are now saying that Olivia fully knew about what her parents were doing to get her into school, according to US Weekly. \u201cOlivia fully knew what her parents did to get her into USC, but didn\u2019t think there was anything wrong with it... She didn\u2019t get into any other California schools,\u201d a source tells the news outlet. Despite this, Loughlin continues to plead not guilty and prepare for her legal defense. Lori Loughlin and her daughters Olivia Jade Giannulli, left, and Isabella Rose Giannulli \/ Chris Pizzello \/ Chris Pizzello\/Invision\/AP Olivia Jade might know they're guilty, but Loughlin has other thoughts Another inside source spoke to PEOPLE about what Loughlin has been up to since the start of all this. \u201cLori is in a stressful situation,\u201d they said, \u201cShe isn\u2019t working, and her whole life focus has changed drastically,\u201d the source says of the actress, who was\u00a0dropped by Hallmark Channel\u00a0after the scandal broke. \u201cIt consists of waiting around for the next court date and planning her legal defense.\u201d Lori Loughlin \/ Pat Greenhouse\/The Boston Globe via Getty Images Back in March, the U.S. Attorney's office in Massachusetts announced it had charged 50 people total, including Loughlin and her husband, J. Mossimo Giannulli, in bribing their children's way into college. This included a list of coaches, admissions counselors, and parents that were involved in the situation. Many of these crimes included falsifying SAT scores and lying about their children's athletic skills. Prosecutors determined that Olivia's parents paid $500,000 to admissions consultant\u00a0William \u201cRick\u201d Singer to have their daughters on the USC crew team as designated recruits (even though neither of them did crew while at USC). Lori Loughlin and daughter Olivia Jade \/ YouTube Additionally, Olivia's parents face charges of mail fraud and money laundering conspiracy. According to Fox News, the Fuller House star could now potentially face up to 40 years in prison. Back in April, the couple pleaded not guilty and rejected a plea deal because it would mean facing jail time (at the time, it was only 20 years). Loughlin is essentially trying to do all she can to avoid jail time, and genuinely believes she won't be found guilty. Lori Loughlin \/ Steven Senne\/AP\/REX\/Shutterstock It also looks like Olivia has been in the process of "begging" USC to let her back into the university since she was never officially kicked out. This comes as a shock considering she would post on her YouTube channel how she "hates" school, didn't care for it, and just wanted to stick to her main job of social media influencing. https:\/\/youtu.be\/3IDadMDTRj8 Take a look back at last month when Lori Loughlin and her husband originally plead "not guilty" in the scandal, while stars like Felicity Huffman posted their own statements on the situation saying they would plead guilty!