Jennie Garth takes her daughter to DMV for driving test... after clapping back at online trolls

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Jennie Garth was spotted out in Los Angeles on Tuesday. The 46-year-old star accompanied her daughter Lola, 16, to the Department of Motor Vehicles to complete her driving tests.
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