Don’t expect to see Olivia Jade’s University of Southern California grades, college application or many other key documents related to the college admissions cheating scandal.
“Full House” actress Lori Loughlin, her fashion designer husband Mossimo Giannulli and several other defendants accused of bribing colleges to admit their children have agreed to an order from the Department of Justice that will limit who is able to access several key documents in the case, according to court documents obtained by USA TODAY.
The following information will be placed under seal and made available only to those directly involved in the case, meaning outside parties — including news organizations — are unlikely to ever see them:
References to children
Children’s academic records (including grades, test scores, draft and final versions of essays)
Physical and mental health information
References to clients who weren’t charged
Wiretap recordings about children and uncharged individuals