By JERROD KINGERY, KEYE
EduBirdie, a site offering "professional essay writing service for students who can't even" sent an open letter to the former Hallmark Channel and "Fuller House" actress offering her $1 million to become their "chief cheating officer."
In the letter, EduBirdie says the company recognizes Loughlin's "impressive skillset" and is offering her a position on the executive leadership team to take advantage of her upcoming "free time."
"What constitutes 'cheating' these days is, in our opinion, antiquated," the letter states.
Loughlin and her husband, fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli, are accused of paying $500,000 in exchange for having their two daughters, Bella, above left, and Olivia Jade, above right, picked as recruits for USC’s crew team — a sport which they've never participated in.
College admissions hacks for those who don’t have tens of thousands to burn on bribes
New polls show Americans believe the college admissions process is corrupt
Good news for broke schemers: You don't have to be rich or famous to cheat your way through college