Olivia Jade must have skipped class the day they discussed internet savagery.
And although the YouTube vlogger sensibly disabled the comments from her main YouTube channel this week, it seems she somehow forgot she had a second account.
Lori Loughlin's daughter has been getting a ton of public backlash since the college admissions cheating scandal broke and the majority of the people do not have nice things to say about the 19-year-old influencer.
Olivia managed to drown out the noise on her main YouTube page, however, haters are going to hate, especially if you give them a place to do so.
The second channel contains five videos, according to TooFab, where the comments are still very active and very cruel.
"Wow. This ignorant little tart is so dim, she completely forgot about her Vlogs channel," a person wrote.
"What a pack of stupid tools this family is. Troll away folks!!!"
Another user completely shaded Olivia and her family saying, "You're trash and your mom and dad are also trash. Obviously you're dumb as a rock if your parents had to BRIBE admissions to get you in college. Hopefully you'll get expelled and all your credits nulled."
"I really hope you get into a good community college," a person wrote in another comment.
"It will be cheap and you could go on to be something. Work hard and get a real education. You will need the money to support your parents."
Many users took the chance to poke fun at the fact that Olivia forgot to silence the remarks because she was too busy practicing for crew.
"Don't bully her guys. She's a hard-working athlete:((," a person joked.
Loughlin was charged, along with forty others, for using fraud and bribes to guarantee their child's college acceptance.
In her case, the bribe totaled $500,000 to make it appear that Olivia Jade and sister Isabella Rose were part of the University of Southern California's rowing team.
"Sorry but Olivia can not comment or Vlog right now,..... she is out at rowing practice for the next couple of hours!" dissed another user.
"How about a rowing vlog next?" another taunted.
However, the worst and most hateful comments were directed towards Loughlin herself, rather than Olivia.
"Any prison vlogs?" a person wrote, and another said, "VLOG: VIsit my mom in prison with me!"
It's harsh sure, but shocking? Not at all.
Her main YouTube account, which has almost 2 million subscribers, included several updates from Olivia's rather fabulous life.
She shared her high school and college experience online, in addition to her partnership with brands such as Sephora, Tresemme, and Amazon (most of which have cut ties with the young aspiring actress). She also chronicled her first college party.
All of this and she didn't even really want to go to school!
Olivia admitted she had no interest in attending classes and she once even gained criticism for posting a vlog where she said she is only going for "the game days and partying," and she "doesn't really care about school."
As the scandal continues to progress, people have been diving into Olivia's past videos because, well, they can.
One video from last May resurfaced where the Instagram model joked that she "literally never" attended classes.
"I'm, like, excited to go...do the school prank," she said in the post. "But I'm also literally never at school that I think my class doesn't even-- and maybe they forget I go there!" she added, "I'm just kidding!"
The scandal began last Tuesday when the Fuller House actress and her fashion designer husband Mossimo were named in a fraud investigation involving dozens of wealthy parents.
Olivia did release an apology statement on her main page, which absolutely no one bought.
And although her mother was released on a $1 million bail after being taken into custody earlier this week, it's still possible that Loughlin could end up behind bars.
There's no doubt that this totally sucks for Olivia and her family right now, but at the end of the day, she is still better off than probably most of us.
The backlash is just part of the consequence of an extremely public person's illicit behavior.
It may die down, as soon as she tips a YouTube worker to remove her channel or delete the comments.
But until that moment, we will be enjoying every completely brutal yet totally fair remark.