Loughlin is now facing years in prison for her alleged decision to bribe the University of Southern California in exchange for admission for her two daughters.
Clearly, she wasn't impressed that Olivia Jade Giannulli, 20, returned to YouTube almost none months after her parents, Lori, 55, and Mossimo Giannulli, 56, were indicted on charges related to the nationwide college admissions cheating scandal.
Last month, Loughlin and Giannulli pled not guilty to bribery charges brought against them in the college admissions scandal. She took a nine-month YouTube hiatus after news broke that her parents allegedly paid $500,000 for her and her sister, Isabella, to be recruited to the crew team at the University of Southern California.
'I wasn't stupid at 20, I mean I was stupid, but not stupid enough not to know if my parents are crooks.
"She posted a video for the first time since the scandal", said Wendy of the December 1 video, titled "hi again", that Olivia posted to her channel.
This first upload in more than eight months amassed more than 1 million views, became the top trending video on YouTube, and was flooded with negative comments. "I didn't know exactly when I should come back to YouTube".
"I actually really, really miss it", she says. This is the best I can do.
The talk show host made it clear what her opinion on Olivia Jade's return to YouTube was, saying that she should just 'go away!'
She went on to state that while the 20 year old has lost a lot of sponsorships because of the scandal, she will most likely get them all back because she's so privileged.
In her new video, Jade says she stayed away from social media because she is legally prohibited from talking about the scandal, and it seemed pointless to appear and ignore it. "I feel like a huge part of me is not the same because this is something that I'm really passionate about and something I really like to do". Loughlin and her spouse have denied wrongdoing and their case is expected to be heard next year.