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Lori & Felicity's Victims! Students Rip College Admissions Scam In Scathing Lawsuit


Added 03-14-19 03:21:02pm EST - “Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman were arrested for conspiracy to commit mail fraud for their alleged involvement in a college admissions scam. Now, two students who applied to the prestigious col...” - Radaronline.com

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Radaronline.com: “Lori & Felicity’s Victims! Students Rip College Admissions Scam In Scathing Lawsuit”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman were arrested for conspiracy to commit mail fraud for their alleged involvement in a college admissions scam. Now, two students who applied to the prestigious colleges are firing back in a bombshell class action lawsuit.

In court papers obtained from Northern District of California Court, Erica Olsen and Kalea Woods, individually and on behalf of all others, are suing William “Rick” Singer, his alleged fraudulent foundation The Key Worldwide Foundation, and prestigious schools UCLA, Georgetown, Yale, Stanford and more.

The Plaintiff’s explain the lawsuit revolves around, “Parents whose college-age children had insufficient test scores and other credentials to gain admission to highly selective universities, but who nevertheless believed they could bribe their child’s way through the college admissions door.”

The complaint, filed on Wednesday, March 13 continued to claim, “Parents, in order to get their teenaged children into highly selective colleges for which the teenagers were not otherwise qualified, would pay hefty sums (frequently six-figure fees) to Singer, his business, or his fraudulent charity. In exchange, Singer would arrange for impostors to pose as the students and take their college entrance examinations (ACT or SAT) for them.”

The papers claim parents would pay Singer, his business, or charity “huge sums of money” in exchange for him allegedly creating a fake sports profile to make it seem as if the teen was a superior athlete in a sport.

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