Olivia Jade returned to YouTube after her mother Laurie Loughlin was released from prison following a college admissions scandal.

The YouTube star has launched his new blog, which is his first video in a year tackling controversy.

She referred viewers to her interview with Jada Pinkett Smith on Red Table Talk if they had questions or something to say.

She then added an editorial note: I didn’t mean to make it sound bad… I didn’t mean to say it in a derogatory or pretentious way.

I think what I was trying to say was that I’ve wanted to apologize for so long, and I felt I had to do it at the red table. I can’t change the past, but I can change what I do and how I behave in the future.

I didn’t want people to take it the wrong way and make it seem like I was talking: I went to the Red Table [talking] and now my name is cleared. No, it isn’t.

Olivia Jade returns to YouTube after Lori Loughlin’s prison sentence

Loughlin spent two months in jail (Photo: FilmMagic).

For my own sake, I don’t want to redo things. I just want to move forward and do better, move forward and come back and do what I love, that’s YouTube.

The 21-year-old YouTube star is under fire after her mother, Full House star Loughlin, was accused in a college admissions scandal.

The actress When the Heart is Called and her husband Mossimo Giannulli were two of 53 people sued in a university admissions scam orchestrated by Rick Singer.

The couple were accused of paying Singer $500,000 (£408,000) to take their two daughters to the University of Southern California as members of the student rowing team, even though neither girl had ever rowed before.

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Loughlin, 56, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit wire and mail fraud. He was sentenced to a $150,000 (£122,000) fine and two years’ probation.

She spent two months in jail and was released last month. She will now have to perform 150 hours of community service.

Mr. Giannulli also pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit wire and mail fraud and honest services fraud.

He is currently serving a five-month prison sentence. As part of his sentence, Mr Giannoulli will also have to pay a $250,000 (£225,000) fine and carry out 250 hours of community service.

In March 2019, Singer pleaded guilty to helping cheat on college entrance exams and using bribes to gain admission to the college as a fake sports employee.

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He hasn’t been convicted yet.

Olivia has already touched on the controversy over the Red Table discussion, saying we had the resources to do something, we used them and we used them. It was something that wasn’t right.

There’s really no justification for that. On paper it’s bad. Very bad. But I think a lot of people don’t know that my parents came from a place of justice: I love my kids, I just want to help them – no matter what – I’ve worked my whole life to provide for my family. I think they liked it.

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MORE: The return of Laurie Loughlin’s daughter, Olivia Jade, to YouTube raises questions about her credibility, according to one expert.

MORE: Olivia Jade returned to YouTube after her mother Laurie Loughlin was released.

Olivia Jade returns to YouTube after Lori Loughlin’s prison sentence

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