The teen daughter of a celebrity how-to-parent author — who illegally paid $50,000 to have a college proctor take an admissions test for her son — says she has finally learned to “forgive.
“I was definitely really sad and upset by my mother’s actions,” Lilia Buckingham, the 17-year-old daughter of shamed Beverly Hills marketeer and writer Jane Buckingham, told ABC-TV’s “Good Morning America” on Tuesday.
“I think we’re all doing a lot better,” the teen said, adding, “Obviously, I’m a big advocate for therapy.
“We’re all doing OK. It is OK to move on and forgive and learn from past mistakes,” Lilia said. “So yeah, that’s definitely an important life lesson that I learned through that whole experience.”
Her mother Jane pleaded guilty in May 2019 in the national college-admissions scandal involving infamous fixer Rick Singer and scores of wealthy parents, including TV actresses Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman.
Jane — a pal of Huffman’s — admitted she shelled