Celebrity College Scandal

Asia Arce, Entertainment Editor

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Actresses, like Felicity Huffman, and 50 other people are being accused of being in a scheme in which wealthy parents paid bribes to get their children into some of the nation’s most elite colleges. According to the federal authorities, this is being dubbed as the biggest college admission scam to date. It is rumored that all the parents, combined, spent $25 million in bribes. Some of the schools that accepted the bribes include Yale, Stanford, the University of Southern California, and the University of Texas. Not only were the parents charged, but also those at the college involved with receiving the money. After posting a $250,000 bond, Felicity Huffman, of Desperate Housewives, was released. However, she is scheduled to appear in court on March 29. As of right now, none of the students have been found guilty or charged with anything.

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