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2019 college admissions bribery scandal

A college admission scheme across the United States results in the indictment of over 50 people including athletic coaches, CEOs, and two Hollywood actresses, accused of using bribery and fraud in order to cheat their children into universities such as Yale and Stanford.

Prosecutors call it "a conspiracy nationwide in scope." Here is the full federal indictment and the criminal complaint.

  1. CNN
  2. Reuters
READ: The full indictment on the nationwide college admission scheme

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  1. A college admission scheme across the United States results in the indictment of over 50 people including actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin, CEOs, and athletic coaches who are being accused of using bribery and fraud in order to cheat their children into universities such as Yale and Stanford.
  2. A college admission scheme across the United States results in the arrest of actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin, as well as other CEOs, who are being accused of using bribery and fraud in order to cheat their offspring into prestigious universities such as Yale and Stanford.
  3. A college admission scheme across the United States results in the indictment of over 50 people including athletic coaches, CEOs, and two Hollywood actresses, accused of using bribery and fraud in order to cheat their children into universities such as Yale and Stanford.

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