LSU Gymnast Olivia Dunne Doesn't Attend in-Person Classes Due to Safety Concerns

Olivia Dunne, a well-known LSU gymnast and social media influencer, has certainly enjoyed the benefits of fame and riches,

but her limelight has also brought its own set of obstacles and safety issues. Dunne discussed these issues in a recent interview with

Elle's Kayla Webley Adler, revealing the safeguards she's had to take to ensure her well-being.

Dunne's entry into the world of gymnastics and social media has resulted in unprecedented fame and success. 

However, as the phrase goes, "fame comes at a price." In Dunne's case, that price includes being unable to attend in-person classes on the LSU campus owing to legitimate safety concerns.

Fearing for her safety, she has chosen online lessons, keeping her daily routine and location hidden from the public eye.

In the worlds of social media and gymnastics, Dunne is a household name. With hundreds of thousands of followers, she has transcended her function as a gymnast and become a social media influencer. 

Her influence extends far beyond the mat, as she uses her online presence to inspire and connect with her audience.

However, such notoriety has a downside, as demonstrated at the University of Utah's first meet of the 2023 season.

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