Olivia Munn joins a choir of celebrities responding to college bribery scandal in which other actress Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman are charged earlier this week. thinks about the scandal, and she did not have good words for parents who are charged with paying bribes to bring their children to elite colleges. "What those parents do not do is not for love but for fantasy diplomas," she wrote on Thursday. "Love would make you spend this money on teachers to make your children smarter, give them real education."
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"The irony will be that these parents have spent all this money to get hit in the best universities and are now in the middle of this (explosive) show just to find out after a few years that their children have only dreams 50 people have been accused by federal prosecutors in Boston in connection with a $ 25 million scheme in which wealthy parents claims to have bribed coaches and insiders from college at test centers to help some of their kids
54-year-old Lawlin and 55-year-old Mohamed Giannuli are accused of plotting to commit mail fraud, according to the Boston US Prosecutor's Office, the couple say they agreed to pay bribes in July 2016 totaling $ 500,000 in exchange for their two daughters at the University of Southern California as presumed crew athletes.
Huffman made a $ 15,000 donation of a fake charity and in return her daughter succeeded take his exam in a "supervised" test center, where a proctor would "secretly correct his responses afterwards," according to prosecutors. Contribution: Maria Puente
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